Thursday, August 22, 2013


Reenactors salute veterans while coming off the line

The most important aspect of the D-Day Conneaut event is not the battles.  It's the important people that attend the event.  Those that served and those that were there 69 years ago.  And to never forget their sacrifices or anyone else that has worn a uniform in service and defense of this country.  For me, one of the best moments was when reenactors were coming off the line after the bridge battle near the Axis camp on Saturday morning.  Many of them stopped, saluted and shook the hands of what appeared to be grateful vets.

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