Editorial cartoon: Remembering D-Day

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Stephen Malkowski

I hope younger generations can stop and think about the enormous sacrifice these men made for them. The freedom they enjoy today came at the cost of over 400,000 lives and the bravery and determination of millions of others who fought along side them. Also, remember those who currently serve and do so at great sacrifice. Thank and honor them for what they do for you...and all of us.

Stephen Malkowski

It was a beautiful ceremony, both Presidents delivered fine speeches. The veterans (about 160 overall, some 34 D Day vets) were inspiring. May we always remember.

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