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Veterans Encouraged to Wear Military Medals on Memorial Day

Nicholson: Show Pride, Teach Younger Generations WASHINGTON – To show their pride in military service and teach younger generations about the value of serving our nation, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Jim Nicholson urged veterans across the country to pin on their military medals on Memorial Day, May 28. “Wearing their medals demonstrates the deep pride …

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One of the Last to Fall

Special to VFW WebCOM: On one of my visits this year to our family's cemetery plot in Henderson, North Carolina, I happened to notice the headstone in the adjacent plot, which had the name Lt. E. Cedric Harris,  81st Division, 321st Infantry, MG, with his 1899 birthdate and a date of death of November 11, 1918.   …

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One of the Last to Fall

Special to VFW WebCOM: On one of my visits this year to our family's cemetery plot in Henderson, North Carolina, I happened to notice the headstone in the adjacent plot, which had the name Lt. E. Cedric Harris,  81st Division, 321st Infantry, MG, with his 1899 birthdate and a date of death of November 11, 1918.   …

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The Meaning of Memorial Day

By VFW Commander-in-Chief Gary Kurpius at VFW.org Has this special day of remembrance been lost on the American people? It’s a sacred day to all war veterans: None need to be reminded of the reason that Memorial Day must be commemorated. But what about the general public, and more important, future generations? Do most non-veterans …

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