RED FRIDAY-IN U.S.A., May 21, 2021@23:16-WELL, THIS SACRED GROUND, ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY, VIRGINIA, U.S.A., IS A GREAT EXPERIENCE, REMORSEFUL, EDUATIONAL, AND ALL ETC., s…VISIT, AND Y’ALL WILL NEED MORE THAN ONE VISIT, TO COVER ALL OF ARLINGTON!!!
I VISITED Audie MURPHY;S UPRIGHT MILITARY MARKER 3-5 TIMES, AT EX-PRESIDENT John KENNEDY’S ETERNAL FLAME…I WITHOUT DISRESPECT=LIT MY CIGAR…ON THE ETERNAL FLAME, AND DRANK A 16 OUNCE CAN OF BUDWEISER…AS I THANKED EX-PRESIDENT John KENNEDY…FOR MY FREEDOM, AND TALKED TO EX-PRESIDENT KENNEDY ABOUT PINUP GIRL…Marilyn MONROE…IN WHICH I CAUGHT WITH A GLIMPSE OF MY EYE, TWO W.W.II VETERANS, AND THEIR WIVES LAUGHING AT ME…SO I HAD TO GO OVER-INTRODUCE MYSELF…AND SHAKE THE GENTLEMEB’S HAMDS, AND THANK THEM FOR MY FREEDOMS…AND WELL, I ENJOYED MY FIRST VISIT SO MUCH TO ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY; THAT I HAD TO COME BACK 3-4 TIMES AFTER, THE FIRST VISIT!!!
LEST WE FORGET, LEST WE FORGET.
Blog Credit: NOT YOUR AVERAGE AMERICAN.
GO SEE/VISIT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY, VIRGINIA, U.S.A., JUST A STONE THROW FROM THE NATION’S CAPITOL…WASHINTON, D.C., U.S.A., YOU WILL NOT REGRET THE VISITS!!!
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
A view of Arlington National Cemetery from the Air Force Memorial.
As we are all preparing to enjoy the upcoming three day weekend, I want to gently remind you that Memorial Day did not begin as a time to celebrate the first days of summer. The origins of the day came after the Civil War. Families of deceased soldiers came together on Decoration Day to honor their loved ones. Today, you too can honor our men and women who sacrificed for our Nation because no matter what you believe about a particular war, its rightness or its wrongness, I hope you agree that the soldiers who died are worthy of our remembrance and our respect.
Although it is possible to visit many different National Cemeteries in the United States, and even a few not within our borders, it isn’t always easy. I assembled this slideshow of Arlington National Cemetery…
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