Sharing Personal Insights of Memorial Day - The Memorial Day Online Forum

Share Article - the largest Web site reuniting and supporting U.S. veterans - has created an online Memorial Day Forum at free for all to view and contribute thoughts - in honor of our fallen soldiers, while supporting U.S. veterans and military.

With Memorial Day approaching, - the largest Web site for reuniting military veterans - has created an online Memorial Day Forum dedicated to all U.S. veterans and military personnel, past and present, living and deceased at The forum reaches out to U.S. veterans and anyone else interested in contributing their thoughts and insights in regards to our U.S. military personnel and Memorial Day. Personal stories, sentiments and words of thanks will be posted throughout May and the summer.

The online Memorial Day forum allows visitors to read the personal comments of what Memorial Day means to our U.S. veterans, active and reserve military, along with their family and friends. In addition, welcomes all users to post and share their own thoughts on the significance of Memorial Day. member M. Anderson writes to the forum:

"When I think of Memorial Day, it brings to my mind a Holiday to come together with family, loved ones & friends, to reflect, honor and give thanks to the many heroic men and women who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom and great country. Furthermore, it is a day to give thanks to our active military and veterans, who have and currently are protecting our American nation."

Other features available on include: military search in the member database of over 858,000 people to make contact with old service friends; information on how to obtain military records and medals; message boards; upload past and present photos; military jokes; search and post reunions; military products and discounts; along with a variety of other features and services supporting the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps & Coast Guard.

Founded in 2000 by U.S. veteran of Desert Storm, Dale F. Sutcliffe, thousands of people have been reconnected through, spanning from World War II through to Operation Desert Storm and the present. For further information and/or interview opportunities, please contact at (843) 856-2867 or via e-mail at:


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