New York's veterans observe Memorial Day

The United States observes Memorial Day as a day of remembrance for the soldiers who have served and died in defense of the country.

On this day, many New Yorkers remembered them and showed their appreciation for their service.

Veterans come together for a solemn Memorial Day ceremony every year in Saratoga County to remember the sacrifices made for the country.

Speeches are delivered, music is played, and salutes are raised during the ceremony.

Paul O'Keefe, a Korean War veteran who dedicated his life to defending the country and guaranteeing the safety of its citizens, was one of the veterans present at this year's ceremony.

O'Keefe declared, "I'm very proud to have served my country in Korea." "I dedicate the ceremony to my 50,000 brothers who never return even though it wasn't easy.

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