Trump tweets thanks to US service members

President Trump visited Arlington National Cemetery on Monday to honor the men and women who have died in service to our country for Memorial Day. There's more support there's more respect, " said Early.

Veterans, families remember those who.

"Today on Memorial Day we honor those who paid the ultimate price for me - for you and for the entire country that we live in", said Sallie A. Houser-Hanfelder, FACHE Director, Eastern Colorado Health Care System. The company specializes in the creation and sales of the National Flag of the United States of America that are crafted from solid iron.

At a ceremony this morning, dozens of veterans gathered at Wade Hampton Memorial Park to honor the fallen.

Attendees bow their heads during a Memorial Day ceremony at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City on Monday, May 29, 2017. Immediately after the war ended, more land was acquired to provide a burial ground for almost 300,000 Union dead.

"To all the veterans here today, who served and didn't return home, the rest of us owe you a debt of great gratitude", Gov. Mark Dayton said.

"[Some people] don't understand what Memorial Day is really about".

"While we're at the beach, many of our fallen are buried on beaches and on lands in places of the world we've never heard of", Parker said.

"Good policemen, salt of the earth people who dedicated their lives to police work, they suffer quietly and keep it to themselves", Moore said. "Thank you for giving us the freedom that we are now enjoying".

Following the twenty one gun salute, members of the Milford veterans organization read the names of members that have died in the past year as the remembrance bell was sounded after each name.

Trump finished his first Memorial Day address by honoring the "unknown soldiers" who have lost their lives in service. But he said if they are, "I think any channel of communication, back or otherwise, with a country like Russian Federation is a good thing".

"We are grateful for the work they rendered that not everyone could do".

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