Memorial Day Tribute: Honoring America’s Fallen Heroes

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Memorial Day honors America’s fallen heroes. We will continue their brave efforts and support their families.

Duty Calls

These brave people fought for our principles from the start of our nation. They sacrificed for our independence, democracy, and freedom. Their eternal slumber illuminates the earth with liberty.

Pride and Sadness

Today is bittersweet. We sympathize with Gold Star Families and other military families. On this day, the absence of loved ones can be unbearable. We also understand that your anguish is mixed with the understanding that your loved one was part of something greater than any individual, that they chose a life of purpose, and that they risked all to safeguard and uphold the unique ideology that is the United States of America.

National Foundation

Our nation depends on these brave soldiers. We honor them every day. We remember our pledge to care for their families. In their honor, we will protect freedom and democracy as we pray. God bless our fallen heroes and safeguard our warriors.

Permanent Peace Prayer Day

In accordance with a joint resolution enacted by Congress on May 11, 1950, and amended (36 U.S.C. 116), I, JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR., President of the United States, hereby proclaim Memorial Day, May 29, 2023, as a day of prayer for permanent peace. I call for unity in prayer and meditation at 11:00 a.m. in each location. I encourage all media to participate and all Americans to commemorate the National Moment of Remembrance on Memorial Day at 3:00 p.m. local time.

Observing National Remembrance

Americans must unite and remember on Memorial Day. I encourage everyone to observe the Memorial Day National Moment of Remembrance at 3:00 p.m. local time. This moment lets us ponder and appreciate our courageous warriors. Pay your respects in quiet at home, work, or in public.

Flag Half-Staff

In honor of the fallen soldiers, I propose that the Governors of the United States and its Commonwealths and Territories, along with the proper officials of all divisions of government, fly the flag at half-staff until noon on Memorial Day. This serious gesture shows our gratitude and grief for our troops and women’s sacrifices. Honor our fallen heroes by flying our flag at half-staff.

I also encourage everyone to display the flag in the morning at home. We show our support for our fallen heroes and their families by proudly flying the flag at half-staff.

Tributes and Information

I encourage you to post tributes to National, State, and Tribal veteran cemeteries on the Veterans Legacy Memorial to learn more about their lives and contributions. This online platform,, allows us to honor the departed by learning about and sharing their stories.

This digital memorial preserves the legacies of our fallen warriors for future generations. It helps people understand the sacrifices of veterans. Let us examine their tales, honor their bravery, and express our gratitude for their service.

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