Veterans Day

Veterans are remembered and honored at  Arlington National Cemetery, in Washington, D.C. In New York 20,000 veterans  from all eras march in the nations largest Veteran’s Day parade.
A veteran  visits the Vietnam Women’s Memorial on Veterans Day in Washington, D.C.,  November 11, 2013.  UPI/Kevin Dietsch

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Alison  Malachowski visits her son Staff Sgt. James M. Malachowski’s grave site in  section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., November 11, 2013.   UPI/Molly Riley

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Roses are  seen on the Vietnam Women’s Memorial on Veterans Day in Washington, D.C.,  November 11, 2013.  UPI/Kevin Dietsch

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Jonny, a  retired military service dog, takes it easy as he rides on an antique fire truck  with veterans during the 92nd Annual Veterans Day Parade on November 11, 2013 in  New York City. An estimated 20,000 veterans of all eras will march in the  nation’s largest Veterans Day Parade as they are honored for their U.S. military  service.     UPI /Monika Graff.

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Richard  Overton, who is believed to be the oldest living World War II veteran is being  acknowledge by President Obama during a ceremony to honor veterans at the Tomb   of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery  in Arlington, Virginia on  November 11, 2013.   UPI/Olivier Douliery/Pool

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Thank you to all our Veterans.

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