| In honor of all the men and women that have served or those currently serving in the Armed Forces.|
In memory of all who bravely gave their lifes so that we can be free.
Armistice Day commemorated the end of World War I on November 11, 1918. On this day a truce was signed. The day became a remembrance for those who fought for freedom and lost their lives and also served as a reminder of the price for war.
After World War II, Armistice Day became known as Veterans Day to honor all who served or fought for the United States in any branch of the armed forces.