Memorial Day is a very important day for every American as this is the day dedicated to remembrance of all those in the military who died serving the United States of America during the war. Every year, the last Monday of the month of May is celebrated as Memorial Day.
Especially in this time of global pandemic crisis, it’s important to take time to remember those who lost their lives in serving our country and protecting our freedoms. There is no greater sacrifice that is made for our country and for each of us as American citizens. Our armed forces serve to protect our country and to ensure the many freedoms that we enjoy endure for generations. Current, former, and fallen members of America’s military deserve our continued thanks and gratitude, today and every day. These heroes among us have stepped up to answer the call of duty and have accomplished extraordinary feats in the face of great danger, many of them serving in conflict zones, and also serving courageously during this pandemic.
To those of you who have family and friends who are veterans that have lost their lives defending this great and blessed land, I am deeply grateful. To those of you who have served and have family members who serve or have served in our armed forces, I say thank you from the depth of my heart.