Remembering the Fallen at Section 60

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Memorial Day 2011 - In this Original Video we meet a family from Virginia that tells us about the community of survivors that has grown out of Arlington National Cemetery's Section 60.

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    THREE_BEARS May 25, 2011

    It is good that we honor those whom have given their all, accordingly we must also honor the living. it is we whom are living whom must insure that our memorial is the positive legacy we make in this life that will echo for all time

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    21434873 May 26, 2011

    Let us not repeat what our parents/grandparents did to our young service men when they came back from Vietnam. We need to make sure our boys n girls know that they are appreciated, Honored and Loved by us all. For it is they who have chosen to stand in harms way so that you and i can go on living in this great Country of Freedom and and Laws. It may not be the best form of government but it is the best we have at this time. Remember all those that came before us doing what needs to be done without complaint, they are the ones that we need to always remember and thank for their sacrifices in time, and some have made the greatest sacrifice of all. To them we need to say thank you and remember that we would not be here doing what we do without their sacrafices. To all of my Brothers n Sisters in all the services i am proud of you and thank you for all that you have made possible for those of us here at home.

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    HarryPierce May 29, 2011

    Mr.&mrs. Belle your words are heart touching,it was MY HONOR to watch your video,,it's ashame MORE AMERICANS don't feel the way you two do. I wish you the BEST in life and may God Bless you all threw the days of your life..its too bad we can't get people to see and feel the same way about , korea ,viet nam and the other messes the us has gotten into..God bless you both from me MM3 Harry Pierce Glendale Az

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    29366283 May 23, 2012

    On Memorial Day, May 28, 2012....ask your children one question...."What is "D-Day?" You will be shocked at the answers you will get. Thank a Veteran, for they are the ones who made sure that we would NOT be speaking German in America today. Then explain to your children just what "D-Day" is. God bless all our Veterans. God Bless America...forever! Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

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