Confidence in America's Youth

Crase, Cliff
January 2006
PN;Jan2006, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on Veterans Day celebration in the United States. Solemn ceremonies on the day takes place at Arlington National Cemetery, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington D.C., and various other hallowed memorials. Speeches and prayers are delivered to dedicate tributes to those brave men and women who fought and died in war. On this particular day government offices are closed for the most part. The author recalls the day when the Veterans of WWI organization hosted the 1989 Veterans Day ceremonies at Arlington.


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