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“As we pay trib­ute to our vet­er­ans, we are mind­ful that no cer­e­mony or pa­rade can fully re­pay that debt. We re­mem­ber that our obli­ga­tions en­dure long af­ter the bat­tle ends, and we make it our mis­sion to give them the re­spect and care they have earned. … Un­der the most de­mand­ing of cir­cum­stances and in the most dan­ger­ous cor­ners of the Earth, Amer­ica’s vet­er­ans have served with dis­tinc­tion. With courage, self-sac­ri­fice, and de­vo­tion to our na­tion and to one another, they rep­re­sent the Amer­i­can char­ac­ter at its best.”

— From Pres­i­dent Obama’s of­fi­cial procla­ma­tion rec­og­niz­ing Vet­er­ans Day.

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