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Posts Tagged: Memorial Day
On this year’s Memorial Day let’s hope that most Americans take some time to pause, ponder and pay tribute to the heroic soldiers who died in battle serving America throughout our history. More than one million American men and women have died in military service since the Civil War, according to the U.S. Census BureauRead… Read more »
Memorial day is coming up, it’s a change for GovLoop to honor the servicemen and women charged with protecting the United States by featuring someone from a foundation or program which aims to assist soldiers and veterans every day this week. Our first feature is Sandy Lehmkuhler, founder and executive director of the Warrior Foundation.Read… Read more »
This Memorial Day, let’s honor the men and women who have served – not simply for the way that they died, but for the way they lived. They stood for something. They served. In some cases, they had the courage to deliberately go into harms way. They trained. They wrote letters. They made mistakes. TheyRead… Read more »
On Memorial Day we must all remember that the story of America’s quest for freedom is inscribed on her history in the blood of her patriots. Poet Maya Angelou reminded us how important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes! So take some time during your long weekend to visitRead… Read more »
I was blow away yesterday when I came in to work and saw this in the lobby. It is a table set for one person. A place setting, a rose in a vase with dark and red sand and a yellow ribbon. A shaker of salt, spilled. A candle. Flags representing every branch of theRead… Read more »