Transcript for Remembering our veterans on Memorial Day
On a normal me mother yay day weekend, we would be bringing you images of parades. But this year, different ways to honor those who died defending our country. Here's ABC's Stephanie Ramos with more. Reporter: This memorial day, amidst the covid-19 pandemic, Americans are finding new ways to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Honoring all of our fallen veterans. Reporter: Gary bell is a Vietnam veteran. This weekend he and his fellow vets in Delaware, Ohio, are replacing worn American flags of service men and women buried. I think of his service and what he gave for our country and what it takes to sacrifice a portion of your life or your whole life for our nation. Reporter: Just outside the nation's capital, Arlington national cemetery, open to only family pass holders. But offering virtual tour online. USAA, a financial service companies serving military members and their families teaming up with Snapchat, users of the app can experience the annual poppy wall of honor. Each flower representing a fallen service member, and while many will spend this memorial day at home, NFL player Ben Garland is encouraging everyone to remember what this holiday is truly about. I just encourage everybody to take a moment this memorial day, to stop, maybe learn some of the stories of those who gave their lives. For "Good morning America," Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, new York. Always important to take a moment to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Our thanks to you and all of the military families out there.
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