DALLAS — Eleven years ago, two Navy Seals from Dallas came up with what they thought would be a good ‘Dallas’ idea: a solemn procession of the American names and faces lost in our nation’s wars to remind us all what Memorial Day is really about.
“I’ve lost many, many friends in the wars, probably too many to name here. But I carry all of them, every day,” said Marcus Capone of Veterans Exploring Treatment Solutions. “And we’re just humbled and happy to be part of something so great.”
“I’ll be here until I can’t walk,” said Dallas firefighter/paramedic Beau York. “This is just something everybody should do at least once. And once you do it once you can’t stop doing it. Just like me.”
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