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The story behind a viral video of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin surprising a group laying wreaths at Arlington Cemetery
“The Secretary of Defense, with his entourage — he just walked up."
2 officials have resigned after veteran’s mic was cut during Memorial Day speech
The Ohio American Legion said the censorship was "premeditated."
This Army vet tried to discuss the Black history of Memorial Day. Then his mic was cut
“I assumed it was a technical glitch," he said. It wasn't.
How I learned my Green Beret husband was killed in the Niger ambush
“That was Bryan,” I said, my voice shaking. “Bryan was there. That’s his group.”
Memorial Day doesn’t need to be treated as a national military funeral
"Don’t be ashamed to have a good time this Memorial Day — that’s part of the gift that’s been bestowed to you"
I’ll never forget the Marine memorial ceremonies I attended in Fallujah
"Like many military veterans, Memorial Day is not abstract to me. It is personal; a moment when we remember our friends."
‘I don’t want to forget’ — What Memorial Day really means to those who’ve served
We asked what Memorial Day meant to you. Here's what you told us.
What does Memorial Day really mean to those who served?
We want to hear from you.
Fort Bragg soldiers aid man hit by boat over Memorial Day weekend
“I couldn’t have asked for better help in a situation like that.”
US marks hushed Memorial Day holiday as COVID-19 deaths near 100,000
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Americans paid a mostly low-key tribute to those who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces...
Army vet turned country star Craig Morgan on service, loss, and his favorite MRE
“I tell military service members all the time, what they are experiencing now, the friendship, there’s no occupation in their life that they will go to where they will ever experience that relationship again."
How those left behind are reflecting on love and loss this Memorial Day
'The only thing time has changed is our ability to manage our grief. It hasn’t eliminated it.'
‘It feels like there’s a void’ — Suspension of military honors at national cemetery burials compounds loss for families
"I've seen husbands, wives, brothers ... clutching those folded flags to their chests at the final moment," he said. "It is so so special."
‘It’s another layer of grief’ — Volunteers unable to place flags at national cemeteries this Memorial Day due to COVID-19
“Nothing stops us from remembering them on Monday and what that day really stands for.”
The forgotten history of Memorial Day
Although not known by many today, the early evolution of the Memorial Day holiday was a manifestation of Abraham Lincoln’s hope for reconciliation between North and South
‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ based its newest in-game kit on a Medal of Honor recipient
It's based on the same kit he wore while deployed to Afghanistan
How a ‘Lone Survivor’ Gold Star mother is doing Memorial Day differently this year
"We're going to do the best we can to make sure we are not forgetting our country's heroes."
6 things you should definitely not say to a veteran on Memorial Day
Don't be That Guy
This company wants to pay one lucky veteran $1,000 to binge war movies all Memorial Day weekend
The 10 movies include ‘Saving Private Ryan,’ ‘Platoon’ ’1917' and other epic war films.
Ohio town places 2,000 flags on veterans’ graves in under 30 minutes for Memorial Day
“It’s just good to come out here and put flags out for the people that represented our country."
Arlington National Cemetery closed to all but family pass holders on Memorial Day
The cemetery will be closed to the general public through Memorial Day weekend, with restricted access for family pass holders.
It’s official: AMVETS will hold Memorial Day rally in D.C. to replace ‘Rolling Thunder’
Next year's "Rolling to Remember" will take place from May 22-24 in Washington, D.C.
Trump spent Memorial Day aligning himself with Kim Jong Un against Joe Biden
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday publicly endorsed North Korea's scathing personal attack on former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, dismissing criticism that he was siding with a foreign dictator over a fellow American
The platoon sergeant who gave his life to repel dozens of Iraqi troops with a .50 cal
In April 2003, Sgt. 1st Class Paul Smith fought through a hellish firefight, sacrificing his own life to save countless others, becoming the first US service member to earn the Medal of Honor after the September. 11 terrorist attacks