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Memorial Day - Remember

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Memorial day, has been traditionally observed on May 30, as it is believed that flowers

would be in bloom all over the country. It is still often called Decoration Day.

This is a day to honor those who have died in all American wars. Let us bow our heads

in a moment of silent prayer for our country, for all who serve now, or have served, and their


Let us pray for, remember, and honor, those who have died serving our nation, and

the families of those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, or were taken captive and never


Lest we forget, our American freedoms are not free. Let us extend the sheltering

warmth of our hearts, and provide warm embrace to those who have given the ultimate

sacrifice upon the altar of freedom, so that we may live free.

Star Spangled Banner USAF

Star Spangled Banner - USMC

Proud to be an American


 Air Force 

Anchors Away

Memorial Day Background

Flag Folding Ceremony

AudieMurphy <<- click to see presentation

Alone and far removed from earthly care

The noble ruins of men lie buried here.

You were strong men, good men.

Endowed with youth and much the will to live

I hear no protest from the mute lips of the dead.

They rest: there is no more to give.

So long my comrades,

Sleep ye where you fell upon the field.

But tread softly please

March o'er my heart with ease

March on and on, 

But to God alone we kneel.

  ....... .Audie Murphy