Photo courtesy of National Museum of the Pacific War

The National Museum of the Pacific War will commemorate Memorial Day virtually. The commemorative program honors the men and women who gave their lives in military service. This year’s commemoration will be via video featuring a keynote by General John F. Kelly, USMC (Ret.) who recently served as White House Chief of Staff under President Trump.

After a brief introduction by General Mike Hagee, USMC (Ret.) and President and CEO of the Admiral Nimitz Foundation and General Kelly’s address, the celebration will recognize members of the Memorial Wreath Endowment Program. The ceremony concludes with an invocation by Captain Roger Spencer, USN (Ret) and taps.

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Virtual
https://www.pacificwarmuseum.org/event/memorial-day-2021-a-virtual-commemoration-1

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Admission is free.
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