For many individuals, Veterans Day happens to be a time where former men and women of the military can go ahead and remember how they have served while engaging in healthy reflection. Most individuals were very young when they entered the armed forces. And for locals of the area, it’s no different. In which case, James Bower, a local of this Kansas town had been in the army since the age of seventeen. He had served the Vietnam War from 1970 to 1973. Whereas Dan Larson would work for the Kansas Air National Guard from 1973 to 2011. Finally, if you know veterans, chances are, you may have heard of Bill Melanson, who served in the Vietnam War from 1961 to 1969.
Veterans Day offers all sorts of deals throughout the county. Some of these include Free Pulled Pork Sandwiches at Billy Sims BBQ. Also, Torchy’s Tacos gives away a complimentary taco. The good people of Lamar’s Donuts offer a FREE Donut and a 12-ounce coffee as well. Folks in Wichita had been organizing a parade for the Veterans.
When you remember Veterans, you need to remember what they fought for and why. Truth be told, the whole point of Veterans Day is to ensure that they keep control of the narrative. That America would not be where it is today had we not remembered to remember the military forces that keep our world separate from the outside.
Veterans Day is necessary for those who were attacked to fight back against the slack.