Skip to comments.Memorial Day: An Evolved Observance Of America's Fallen Heroes
Posted on 05/26/2013 7:14:14 PM PDT by Biggirl
Cantrell said for him, completion of the flag placement Thursday is the most touching moment of the entire weekend: "At the end of the day," he said, "when there are flags across the whole entire cemetery, you can look across to see the service and sacrifice that people of our country have made in order for us to remain a free country."
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Not one single military film on. No WWII movies, biz as usual... Hopefully we forget the greatest generation and only know the worst generation(sarc).
How far we are from the country I grew up in
Well, Dish Network added the military channel to my lineup, and so I have been watching that most of the day. Also watched some of the World War II stuff on the history channel.
Watched the North and South Series marathon yesterday too. Tora Tora Tora wasn’t there, but having watched so many more times before, I won’t complain.
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