At the church I attend in northern Virginia, there is a tradition on the Sundays before Memorial Day and Veterans Day. The organist plays the hymns of each service branch and people stand when they hear their branch’s hymn play. The people who rise from their pews are usually veterans. Some of them are currently serving. Others are family members of the fallen.
There are a lot of ways, both large and small, to pay tribute to those who have worn this country’s uniform and served in harm’s way. Veterans Day is as good as any to find them, in order to thank those who have served in our military and remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
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