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Mission to Honor

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History in the Headlines
The Origins, Traditions and Meaning of Veterans Day
It was first known as Armistice Day—and first celebrated exactly 100 years ago today.
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15 Quotes Honoring U.S. Veterans
Tens of millions of Americans have served in the armed forces since the country’s founding. Read quotes by and about U.S. servicemembers.
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How Codebreakers Helped Secure U.S. Victory in the Battle of Midway
Advance intelligence helped the Allies turn the tables on Japan in this crucial World War II naval battle.
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Photos of 20 U.S. Presidents Who Served in the Military—in Uniform
From George Washington to Dwight D. Eisenhower to John F. Kennedy, military veterans have risen to the nation’s highest office many times throughout history.
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For Vietnam Vets, Returning Home Was Its Own Kind of Trauma
American soldiers returning home from Vietnam often faced scorn as the war they had fought in became increasingly unpopular.
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VIDEO OF THE WEEK
The Army Chaplain Who Was Awarded the Medal of Honor
Father Emil Kapaun gave his life during the Korean War, but his selfless faith saved and inspired his fellow soldiers. Watch now ›
Photo of the Week
The War Is Over
At a World War II victory parade in New York, wounded veteran Arthur Moore looks up as he watches the ticker tape rain down from buildings.
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MISSION TO HONOR
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Liberty School District Veterans Day Community Assembly

Liberty School District and Liberty Elementary School are located adjacent to Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma, which the Royal Canadian Legion, US Branch #25 helps to maintain.  This year the leadership of Liberty School District and Liberty Elementary School invited members of the branch to join them at their annual Veterans Day assembly.

The program consisted of patriotic songs and some presentations by the 208 students and approximately four dozen staff members, and then all Veterans were invited to stay for a lunch provided by our parent group.  Additionally, there were between 175 and 225 veterans and family members – as well as members of the community – at the assembly.

Note that we have attempted to blur the faces of the students.

Finally, our branch was on hand to distribute poppies to the veterans, staff, family, and community members – and poppy stickers for the students.

Recognizing all who have served

An item from the Memorial Day Flowers Foundation organization.


Dear Friend,

Today we recognize all who have served in the Armed Forces.  

People of all ages across the nation will honor our veterans in meaningful ways — flying the American flag, asking a veteran about their experience, attending a community Veteran’s Day event, or visiting the gravesite of a fallen veteran.

We join you in thanking and honoring all of those who have served.

Sincerely,

Ramiro

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The Memorial Day Flowers Foundation honors those who have served our country. Thanks to the generosity of private, public, and corporate sponsors, the Foundation works with local organizers and volunteers to place roses and other flowers on gravesites at National, Veterans, and Local cemeteries across the United States.
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Petaluma Veterans’ Day Parade 2019

Following the Remembrance Day ceremonies at Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma, CA, the Royal Canadian Legion US Zone, Branch #25 and the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (USNSCC) Arkansas Division participated in the Petaluma Veterans’ Day Parade.

Petaluma proudly hosts the largest Veteran’s Day Parade north of the Golden Gate. The event is dedicated to remembering the men and women who set aside their civilian pursuits to serve our nation’s cause, defending our freedom and preserving American heritage.

Below are some images from the event – almost all of which are taken from various social media postings (click on any image to enlarge).

           

Some video from the event.

Here is a new piece from NBC 7 San Diego that features a group of cadets at the beginning of the clip.

REMINDER: 31st Annual Veterans Day Parade & Flyover

A REMINDER OF THIS EVENT TOMORROW

Petaluma proudly hosts the largest Veteran’s Day Parade north of the Golden Gate. The event is dedicated to remembering the men and women who set aside their civilian pursuits to serve our nation’s cause, defending our freedom and preserving American heritage.

Events begin with music in Walnut Park at noon and the parade begins at 1 p.m. Huey helicopters, tanks, and more than 100 entries provide plenty of pomp and circumstance. The day continues at Walnut Park with prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and guest speakers.

Walnut Park
201 Fourth St
Petaluma, CA

If you would like to indicate that you are attending, please do so at https://www.facebook.com/events/1023114904689417/

To see photos and video from our participation in the 2017 event, visit https://royalcanadianlegionus25.com/2017/11/11/petaluma-veterans-day-parade-2017/

For more information from the Petaluma Veterans Day organization visit http://www.petalumaveteransparade.com/

31st Annual Veterans Day Parade & Flyover

Petaluma proudly hosts the largest Veteran’s Day Parade north of the Golden Gate. The event is dedicated to remembering the men and women who set aside their civilian pursuits to serve our nation’s cause, defending our freedom and preserving American heritage.

Events begin with music in Walnut Park at noon and the parade begins at 1 p.m. Huey helicopters, tanks, and more than 100 entries provide plenty of pomp and circumstance. The day continues at Walnut Park with prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and guest speakers.

Walnut Park
201 Fourth St
Petaluma, CA

If you would like to indicate that you are attending, please do so at https://www.facebook.com/events/1023114904689417/

To see photos and video from our participation in the 2017 event, visit https://royalcanadianlegionus25.com/2017/11/11/petaluma-veterans-day-parade-2017/

For more information from the Petaluma Veterans Day organization visit http://www.petalumaveteransparade.com/

Petaluma Veterans’ Day Parade 2017

Following the Remembrance Day ceremonies at Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma, CA, the Royal Canadian Legion US Zone, Branch #25 and the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (USNSCC) Arkansas Division participated in the Petaluma Veterans’ Day Parade.

Below are some images from the event.

The parade from their perspective.

The parade from our perspective.

Additional pictures that we were able to locate.

Some video that we were able to locate.