Ron Taylor carries an armload of flags in Six Oaks Cemetery while decorating veterans' graves on Friday morning in honor of Veterans Day. Taylor was one of several members of the Military Officers Association of America who came out to place a flag at the gravesite of each of the 300 veterans buried in the cemetery.
Ron Taylor carries an armload of flags in Six Oaks Cemetery while decorating veterans' graves on Friday morning in honor of Veterans Day. Taylor was one of several members of the Military Officers Association of America who came out to place a flag at the gravesite of each of the 300 veterans buried in the cemetery. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Ron Taylor carries an armload of flags in Six Oaks Cemetery while decorating veterans' graves on Friday morning in honor of Veterans Day. Taylor was one of several members of the Military Officers Association of America who came out to place a flag at the gravesite of each of the 300 veterans buried in the cemetery. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

Preparing for Veterans Day

November 06, 2009 06:09 PM

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