Today was national POW/MIA day in the United States. May we never forget.
A Veteran Salute
The Color Guard
Etching from the Wall
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Susan Littlefield gave props (17 Sep 2010):
Nothing else need be said! Fantastic captures of very poignant moments. Voted!
Judy and Wayne Wanamaker gave props (17 Sep 2010):
How could we forget them...they died or suffered in our place? A wonderful record of a humbling event. Great work, Regenia! voted.
Debbie Smartt said (17 Sep 2010):
John Linton gave props (18 Sep 2010):
Hell YEAH! Rad!
Nancy Richard gave props (18 Sep 2010):
Excellent series of photos honoring these patriotic soldiers.
Donald Garrett gave props (18 Sep 2010):
VOTED! So beautifully done with dignity.
Linda Houghton gave props (18 Sep 2010):
Fantastic & So RAD!
Eric Ianuzi gave props (18 Sep 2010):
certainly worth our thoughts and prayers - nice series of images
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W gave props (19 Sep 2010):
A wonderful tribute, thank you. voted
JanElle gave props (19 Sep 2010):
A very moving photo essay and tribute!
Maurie A gave props (20 Sep 2010):
No need for more words, you say it all in your photos............Voted!!!
Maura Wolfson-Foster gave props (20 Sep 2010):
My vote....grand series Regenia ~ thank you .
Andrea Petersen gave props (22 Sep 2010):
Thank you for taking the time to take these meaningful shots and it is a well deserved tribute to those who have served....You have my vote.
Deborah Downes gave props (23 Sep 2010):
A beautiful and moving tribute. Sure gets my vote.
eithne mythen gave props (23 Sep 2010):
Voting, a terrific series, some amazing and movingshots..
Gary Cole said (24 Sep 2010):
Well done Regenia.
Ann Reece gave props (26 Sep 2010):
Excellent photo essay - we should always remember those that served our country!!! My dad served in WWII, he was fortunate to not be injured or captured. BTW, if my dad was alive he would be 94 today. At his funeral, he had a moving Navy escort. Voted!!!
William Garvey gave props (27 Nov 2010):
And may God forever bless their families. Great job!
je suis moi gave props (1 Apr 2011):
Voted. I have been there too. Full of history.
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