Each memorial day we try to focus on the lives of a small number of individuals who gave their lives for our country, and whose stories we have followed for several years.
As of now, I’m still planning on heading to Israel at the end of next week, though that could always change last minute. Family health issues seem under control at the moment, and I’m going with one of my daughters so I really didn’t want to cancel if at all possible.
I’m in Israel now.
A fitting place to be on Memorial Day because the lives and freedoms of the two nations are so intertwined.
Without the sacrifices of those who fought and died to protect our freedom, there would be no freedom for our friends and allies.
We have remembered Air Force Lt. Roslyn Schulte...
Air Force Lt. Roslyn Schulte of Ladue, Missouri, was buried on Memorial Day, 2009.
We have remembered her previously as best we can:
- Remembering Lt. Roslyn Schulte – buried on Memorial Day 2009 (2012)
- Remembering Air Force Lt. Roslyn Schulte, of Ladue, Missouri, and others (2013)
I noted in 2012:
I remember seeing this post at Gateway Pundit, on...
She was buried on Memorial Day 2009, as we discussed in Remembering Lt. Roslyn Schulte – buried on Memorial Day 2009, which has many further details, videos and photos.
As described at Gateway Pundit, on May 26, 2009:
Lt. Roslyn Schulte was the first female Air Force Academy graduate to be killed in Iraq or...