I was heading along the Greatest Generation Walk this morning when my eyes were surprised by bright color at the Battle of Leyte Gulf Memorial.
I discovered that four wreaths of remembrance had been recently placed on either side of the bust of Vice Admiral Clifton Sprague. Two were traditional holiday wreaths. It’s now less than two weeks before Christmas.
The image was so striking, and so thought-provoking, I thought I’d share a few photos.
The Battle of Leyte Gulf was a desperate naval battle in the Pacific Ocean theater during World War II. Few who fought there are still living.
Two of the wreaths say We Remember.
The other two offer hope.
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2 thoughts on “Holiday wreaths remember Greatest Generation.”
It means a lot to know that people do remember and care enough to honor them.
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Indeed, it does.
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