Veterans Day

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This video is designed for presentation to groups (predominantly school children). It includes entrance and exit videos.

The intent is to provide a brief education on the reason for and significance of Veterans Day.

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Veterans Day

  1. 1. I, RICHARD G. SCOTT, DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR that I will support and defend the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and ALLEGIANCE TO THE same; and that I will obey the orders of the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE. So help me God.
  2. 2. SOLEMNLY SWEAR DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION
  3. 3. Article I, Section 8, Clause 11 [Congress shall have Power...] To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water;
  4. 4. B-1 Units Meat Choices (in small cans): Beef Steak Ham and Eggs, Chopped Ham Slices Turkey Loaf Fruit: Applesauce Fruit Cocktail Peaches Pears Crackers (7) Peanut Butter Candy Disc, Chocolate Solid Chocolate Cream Coconut Accessory Pack* B-2 Units Meat Choices (in larger cans): Beans and Wieners Spaghetti and Meatballs Beefsteak, Potatoes and Gravy Ham and Lima Beans Meatballs and Beans Crackers (4) Cheese Spread, Processed Caraway Pimento Fruit Cake Pecan Roll Pound Cake Accessory Pack* B-3 Units Meat Choices (in small cans): Boned Chicken Chicken and Noodles Meat Loaf Spiced Beef Bread, White Cookies (4) Cocoa Beverage Powder Jam Apple Berry Grape Mixed Fruit Strawberry Accessory Pack*
  5. 5. PILOT RIFLEMAN MEDIC OR CORPSMAN CLERK- TYPIST COMBAT ENGINEER MILITARY POLICE RADIO OPERATOR COMBAT PHOTOGRAPHER COOK DRONE OPERATOR
  6. 6. Warwoern, 1 a (1) a state of open and declared hostile conflict between states or nations Webster’s 9th Collegiate Dictionary In which men and women get wounded and killed Practical application
  7. 7. WORLD WAR IIWORLD WAR I KOREA VIETNAM LEBANON ENDURING FREEDOM IRAQI FREEDOM GRENADA SOMALIA BOSNIA DESERTSTORM TODAY’S VETERANS HAVE SERVED IN:
  8. 8. WAS ORIGINALLY NAMED ARMISTICE DAY TO RECOGNIZE THE END OF HOSTILITIES ON THE “WESTERN FRONT” DURING WORLD WAR I. THAT TOOK PLACE AT THE 11TH HOUR OF THE 11TH DAY OF THE 11TH MONTH IN 1918 TO REMEMBER THOSE KILLED DURING THE “WAR TO END ALL WARS.” MAY 26, 1954 PRESIDENT EISENHOWER SIGNED A LAW CHANGING THE NAME TO VETERANS DAY RECOGNIZING ALL VETERANS WHO SERVED IN THE MILITARY.
  9. 9. MEMORIAL DAY – LAST MONDAY IN MAY RECOGNIZES ALL WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN SERVICE TO THE NATION. POW/MIA RECOGINTION DAY – THIRD FRIDAY IN SEPTEMBER RECOGNIZES ALL WHO WERE PRISONERS OF WAR AND THOSE MISSING IN ACTION
  10. 10. "Over the years, the United States has sent many of its fine young men and women into great peril to fight for freedom beyond our borders. The only amount of land we have ever asked for in return is enough to bury those that did not return.” COLIN POWELL – US SECRETARY OF STATE
  11. 11. THEY “OBEY THE ORDERS OF THE PRESIDENT ….AND OFFICERS APPOINTED OVER ME”
  12. 12. OATH - SOLEMNLY SWEAR TO DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION EAT, SLEEP, AND TRAIN WITH NEW AND DIFFERENT PEOPLE TRAIN AND TRAIN AND TRAIN AND TRAIN AND TRAIN…….. LEARN, GAIN RANK AND RESPONSIBILITY, EARN A LIVING LIVE IN FOREIGN OFTEN DANGEROUS FAR AWAY LANDS SEE FRIENDS WOUNDED OR KILLED PERHAPS BECOME WOUNDED OR KILLED THEMSELVES
  13. 13. “A VETERAN IS SOMEONE WHO, AT ONE POINT IN HIS OR HER LIFE WROTE A BLANK CHECK, PAYABLE TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FOR AN AMOUNT UP TO AND INCLUDING THAT LIFE.” UNKNOWN “FREEDOM IS NOT FREE BUT VETERANS PAY EVERYONE ELSE’S SHARE.”

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