Heartbreaking Images Of ‘The Final Salute’ Will Bring Tears To Your Eyes

This job is one of the hardest a brother Marine has to do for one of his brothers or sisters. And this video will show you why it is so important. You can be assured that every branch of the Armed Forces of the United States take this kind of care for their fallen brothers and sisters. This is just an example.

There is nothing that one can say to soften the pain of loss when the ultimate sacrifice is made by one of our military members.

The pains are beyond our ability to speak about it with any kind of real wisdom. But actions, gestures, presence: these things often speak more powerfully for us.

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Nothing will soften the pain of loss. But the slow road to acceptance can be made more possible when there is this much attention and respect given so genuinely to the fallen and the families.

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It is important to think of those who do this work on behalf of the fallen. It takes a certain kind of courage. This video will tell you how it is done and how the people involved address the situations they must confront while carrying out this duty that they call the “Final Salute.”

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The Veterans Site has a deep respect for those who are involved in giving these honors to our fallen heroes in every branch of the United States military.

You and the fallen you serve and their families are in our prayers.

We wish the best to the families of these fallen heroes, and to those who may still come home. There are few moments as sweet as military homecomings. Click the button below and see for yourself.

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Dan Doyle is a husband, father, grandfather, Vietnam veteran, and retired professor of Humanities at Seattle University. He taught 13 years at the high school level and 22 years at the university level. He spends his time now babysitting his granddaughter. He is a poet and a blogger as well. Dan holds an AA degree in English Literature, a BA in Comparative Literature, and an MA in Theology, and writes regularly for The Veterans Site Blog.