Memorial Day 2012 -- Honor, Reflection & Remembrance Campaign Launched at -- Honoring Fallen U.S. Soldiers, Veterans & Active Military Personnel

Share Article has initiated its 12th annual Memorial Day 'Honor, Reflection & Remembrance' campaign tribute - offering a nationwide Memorial Day parade directory, a Memorial Day forum and an online casualty memorial in honor of the many brave men and women who have given their lives in the service and protection of their country, along with all veterans, active and reserve military of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. - the largest Web site for reuniting U.S. veterans, active military, family and friends - carries the spirit and tradition of Memorial Day and has initiated a Memorial Day 'Honor, Reflection & Remembrance' campaign. The site offers a nationwide parade directory, a Memorial Day forum, an online casualty memorial and photo tribute free for all to view and submit information to.

Formerly known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day is a federal holiday that commemorates the fallen heroes who have died in military service. On May 28, 2012 Americans will come together and pay their respects at cemeteries, memorials and parades, and a National Moment of Remembrance will take place at 3:00 p.m.

At a Memorial Day parade/events directory is available for people to find events in their area to show their support. The directory will highlight locations, dates and times of the Holiday's events at Coordinators along with the community can submit and register their events at this site address as well.

An online Memorial Day Forum dedicated to all U.S. veterans and military personnel, past and present, living and deceased can be viewed 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.

U.S. veteran M. Langford writes to the forum:

"Having served for 27 glorious years, I am still supporting the troops as a civilian contractor. I am not only honored, but humbled on this day...Although we have fallen comrades that were left behind, we will not let their sacrifice or memory be forgotten. Memorial Day is a day of remembrance and humbleness for the freedom we all share."

U.S. veteran T. Cromack writes:

"Whenever I smell the fragrance of lilacs, I think of Memorial Day. It was called Decoration Day when I was in the third grade and we laid lilacs on the graves of veterans. Today, I wear my outdated uniform and march with any veteran's group participating in local parades. God Bless those who are willing to 'Lay down their life for their fellow man.'"

To honor the fallen U.S. service men and women who have sacrificed the ultimate serving their country, has developed an online casualty memorial at Visitors can search by state, military branch and war to view and submit bios and photos in memory of fallen U.S. soldiers.

The photo collection at is made up of thousands of pictures in honor of U.S. military personnel. Visitors can search for images by specific military branch, military base, year, war, state and country. Each picture contains background information along with a brief message and/or description. Pictures can be viewed at regular size or enhanced for a larger close up view. Honor a loved one who served and post their photo in the VetFriends collection.

Other features available on include: search the member database of over 1,260,000 people to make contact with old service friends; information on how to obtain military records and medals; veteran job postings; 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.

This Memorial Day and all year long, encourages all Americans to honor and support U.S. veterans and active military of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard -- All heroes of our nation.

Founded in 2000 by a U.S. military veteran, 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) 352-4926 or via the provided e-mail.

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