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Vietnam veterans standing at a memorial wall. Scripture quoted "Greater love has no one other than this, that he lay down his life for his friends." All US wars and conflicts are listed around the border of the photograph. Image © Carolyn Marshall, www.carolynmarshallphotography.com.

Vietnam veterans standing at a memorial wall. Scripture quoted "Greater love has no one other than this, that he lay down his life for his friends." All US wars and conflicts are listed around the border of the photograph. Image © Carolyn Marshall, www.carolynmarshallphotography.com.

New York — Brooklyn firefighters raise an American flag at the disaster site on the day of the attacks.

New York — Brooklyn firefighters raise an American flag at the disaster site on the day of the attacks.

Remembering still brings strong emotions! And I cry for the way the ones that did return how they have been treated!

Remembering still brings strong emotions! And I cry for the way the ones that did return how they have been treated!

Belmont Village Sabre Springs Veterans Pinning Ceremony on Nov. 28.  Two Pearl Harbor Veterans were in attendance as were two veterans that served in Iraq who did the pinning.

Belmont Village Sabre Springs Veterans Pinning Ceremony on Nov. 28. Two Pearl Harbor Veterans were in attendance as were two veterans that served in Iraq who did the pinning.

"Valor is stability, not of legs and arms, but of courage and the soul."   -Michel de Montaigne   #WeHonorVeterans #hospice #ThankYou

"Valor is stability, not of legs and arms, but of courage and the soul." -Michel de Montaigne #WeHonorVeterans #hospice #ThankYou

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, from New Rochelle, N.Y., comforts a wounded U.S. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July 4, 1967. The Marines were moving into an area near the demilitarized zone to recover Marine bodies when they were hard hit by North Vietnamese in the Vietnam War. (AP Photo/Henri Huet)

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, from New Rochelle, N.Y., comforts a wounded U.S. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July 4, 1967. The Marines were moving into an area near the demilitarized zone to recover Marine bodies when they were hard hit by North Vietnamese in the Vietnam War. (AP Photo/Henri Huet)

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