‘’Every man’s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.’’ —Ernest Hemingway
Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery
Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery is the sixth national cemetery in Texas and the 118th in the national cemetery system. A United States national cemetery is generally a military cemetery containing the graves of U.S. navy, military personnel and veterans.
I have a great honor and respect for veterans. They put their lives on danger just to protect their country. They are people who sacrifice things you take for granted on a daily basis for years at a time. Such as time with their loved ones, progressing in life towards their dreams and goals etc. That alone deserves respect for the simple fact that it is some difficult that they overcome. They dodge a bullet for us, they die for us. Truly, they are America’s heroes.
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