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I have seen it twice so far. I hope to go back again. It makes one think.
I was there about thirty years ago….. it something you never forget.
We are about the same age more or less. The war to end all wars will it ever end?
I served in Berlin Germany before the wall came down. Also in Viet Nam. I know!
And some politicians would have us forget history rather than learn from it.
It is so easy for many to forget because they just weren’t there or didn’t.
It is so important to remember those who serve in the military and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Freedom is never free – they paid the price for us all.
This is right here at home and always makes me cry every time we visit the Arizona Memorial!
Thank you. My son enlisted in the navy and served as a petty officer for five years and is now home enrolled in college.
Hubby has been a SAL state commander as well as a national vice commander; middle son a two time state commander nd national chaplain; youngest also a state commander. I am very proud of them.
As the Daughter of a Vet who fought in both WW II and Korea, I think it is so important to keep these images alive, and pass on to OUR kids/Grandkids what sacrifices were made for them before they were ever here. My Dad was a life-long member of the American legion and the 40 & 8 – and when my Mom passed, we had gave people the opportunity to contribute to an American Legion Nursing Scholarship in her name rather than send flowers, etc. Wonderful “Wordless Wednesday” Pat!!!
That is why our family is a Legion Family one plain and simple.
The sacrifice that our soldiers once gave and still give is important for Americans to understand.
A very touching photo – thank you for sharing it.
Yes we do have to remember our loss. Happy WW
The Punchbowl (like Arlington) the grave of the Pacific is touoching as well.
The moonument is an awe inspiring sight..
One Day I will be able to see that. Happy WW
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