Latest "memorial day" stories
Memorial Day is a powerful time to reflect on a question essential to citizenship: What is duty to country, and how is it relevant to our lives today?
By David Kim
Army 1st Lt. Doyle M. Hufstedler was killed by an improvised explosive device in Iraq in 2004. He was 25.
By Leslie Hufstedler-Alvarez
Suicide has become an epidemic in the veteran community. But it is a problem we can strive to solve, by connecting with each other.
By John Byrnes, Concerned Veterans for America
Just last week, the Memorial Day Flowers Foundation was not sure if they’d be able to put a flower at little more than 80,000 graves.
By Zamone Perez