We often say every day is Veterans Day at VA, so the mission to serve Veterans and their families continues for us today.

As we wrap-up Veterans Day 2015 activities in Washington, D.C., we share with you some of the activities that took place in the nation’s capital. Included are ceremonies at the Vietnam Memorial and at Arlington National Cemetery’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, its amphitheater, and the grave of World War I Supreme Commander Army General John “Black Jack” Pershing.

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Published on Nov. 13, 2015

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