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Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Photo from Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Maj. Gen. John Shaw, Commander, Combined Force Space Component Command, gives a key note address to a crowd of about 50 people during a Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. In his remarks, Shaw said, “Today, I honor our living veterans and I salute our fallen heroes, who by giving the last full measure of devotion, have secured liberty and freedom not only for Americans, but for all people of peace and goodwill.” The annual event was hosted by American Legion Post 534. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Coalition members from Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom stand in front of wreaths presented at the American Legion Post 534 Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. Military personnel from these three countries, as well as France and the United States, participated in the annual event, and most work at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Maj. Gen. John Shaw, Commander, Combined Force Space Component Command, gives a key note address to a crowd of about 50 people during a Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. The annual event was hosted by American Legion Post 534. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Maj. Gen. John Shaw, Combined Force Space Component Command commander, and Senior Master Sgt. Darren Sample, Space Delta V superintendent, place a wreath for display at the American Legion Post 534 Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. Others who placed wreaths included American Legion and Orcutt Post 534, Australia and the Royal Australian Air Force, Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces, and the United Kingdom and the Royal Air Force. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Maj. Gen. John Shaw, Combined Force Space Component Command commander (right), and Senior Master Sgt. Darren Sample (middle), Space Delta V superintendent, give a slow, solemn salute after placing a wreath for display at the American Legion Post 534 Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. Others who placed wreaths included American Legion and Orcutt Post 534, Australia and the Royal Australian Air Force, Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces, and the United Kingdom and the Royal Air Force. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of Veterans Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Coalition members from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., salute during the playing of Taps at the American Legion Post 534 Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. Military personnel from Australia, Canada France, the United Kingdom, and United States participated in the annual event, and most work at the Combined Space Operations Center. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of Veteran’s Day Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery

Maj. Gen. John Shaw, Commander, Combined Force Space Component Command, speaks with a guest who attended a Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. The annual event was hosted by American Legion Post 534. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

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Maj. Gen. John Shaw, Commander, Combined Force Space Component Command, gives a key note address to a crowd of about 50 people during a Remembrance Day/Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov 11, 2020, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Orcutt, Calif. The annual event was hosted by American Legion Post 534.