Here's What Some Vets Really Think About Memorial Day
Memorial Day isn't happy for all, especially veterans. Many of them don't sit by the pool or barbecue, but rather remember their fallen comrades.By Jasmine Bailey | May 25, 2015
Memorial Day — it's a holiday many Americans celebrate by spending time with loved ones and enjoying the May weather.
But how might some of the more than 21 million U.S. veterans view and celebrate one the county's most somber holidays — created to remember the men and women who died fighting for their county?
Retired U.S. Army General Bob Drolet told WHNT, "We're engaged in conflict today in the Middle East and there are people who are giving their lives almost on a daily basis. So you have to have a day where you remember the sacrifices."