On the 90th Veterans Day, Americans remember the military service of men and women who don't always cherish their own memories of the sacrifices they made. "Most veterans spend the best part of their life after that trying to forget," said Paul Coen, a World War II Army medic who rushed the beach during the invasion of Normandy and spent 11 months as a prisoner of war. But there is one ceremonial event Coen always appreciates: "I like Veterans Day parades.
As we once again observe Memorial Day we remember and honor the more than one million American men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in all our wars, including more than 6,800 from our two most recent wars -- and counti... Read Post
This is the sixth year in a row that I have the opportunity and the privilege to write a message honoring all the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country in military service. Memorial Day should be the Day... Read Post