Patriotic Memorial Service

Patriotic Memorial Service
The colors are saluted as they are brought in by Houston, Tx. Post 472 color guard at the beginning of the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
American Legion National Chaplain Dr. Daniel A. McClure delivers the message at the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
The Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
The Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
The Grove Singers perform at the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
National Adjutant Daniel S. Wheeler, left, and National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger place a wreath at the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
Auxiliary National Chaplain Shelley Riggs, left, and American Legion National Chaplain Dr. Daniel A. McClure place a wreath for those in uniform who lost their lives serving America during the past year at the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
2014 American Legion Boys Nation President Matthew Ellow lights a memorial candle at the POW-MIA table setting during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
Soloist Krista Callahan sings during The American Military Spouses Choir's performance during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
The American Military Spouses Choir perform during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
Soloist Paul Polmanteer sings during The American Military Spouses Choir's performance during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
The American Military Spouses Choir perform during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
Soloist Deidra Stubbs sings during The American Military Spouses Choir's performance during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
Attendees give The American Military Spouses Choir a standing ovation during the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.
Patriotic Memorial Service
The Houston, Tx. American Legion Post 472 Color Guard retires the colors at the conclusion of the Patriotic Memorial Service at the 2014 American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, August 24. Photo by Lucas Carter.

2 Comments

  1. I am a member of Post#0323, Lehigh Acres, Florida. Also a Vietnam Veteran 1967-68.

    I watched a news clip of President Obama bopping across the stage at your convention Not once did I see him shake a Veterans hand that was on the stage. Did I miss something? How can he say he and his administration supports the military when he is eliminating thousands soldiers of all ranks from the military. Where was he our his administration at the funeral of the (2) star General? he was golfing. Where was the Secretary of Defense? I could go on about the treatment of of the Military by this administration. There is not enough time.

  2. I was present, and that is absolutely not true. Maybe you could not see or have a full view. He even came off the stage and talked to and shook hands with Veterans.

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