World Cup veterans Day: What you need to know

From the moment the players took to the field, the players of the World Cup came out to show their support.

The players took a photo with each other on the pitch and then posted the picture on social media.

But for the next two weeks, the World Cups legacy went from being a sporting moment to a social movement.

The day began on the streets of Sydney and New York, where thousands of players gathered for a photo op.

A video was shared on Facebook and Instagram, with fans writing their messages on posters and banners.

This was the day when a whole generation of players began to see themselves reflected in a wider world.

The image was shared thousands of times and spread across the globe.

The moment became the defining moment of the tournament.

The images were shared around the world and it was then that the tournament started to lose its momentum.

This moment has been used by millions of people around the globe to show that they care about the game, the sport, and the cause of veterans’ issues.

But as the year wore on, it became increasingly clear that the message was not being heard.

The athletes had failed to get the message across.

They had not been able to build a movement.

It was clear that a lot of work had to be done to build trust between the players and the players, but the effort was not there.

This year, the game of football has been transformed.

With players sharing their stories with the world, and with the number of veterans affected by mental health issues growing every day, this is the moment when the game has finally become the symbol of peace and equality.

What is veterans’ day?

Veterans Day is an international celebration of the service and sacrifice of the United States military, which includes veterans, their families and friends.

It is also an opportunity to remember those who have served our country, and to show support for our veterans.

In some countries, veterans are referred to as ‘Vets’, and many Americans feel the need to remind their fellow citizens that the US military is also known as ‘the Greatest Generation’.

The day is often held on the second Friday of April.

The US military has fought in all three wars in the history of the world: World War I, World War II and the Korean War.

The Veterans Day ceremonies were held at the Rose Garden of the White House on January 26, 1918.

The ceremony was attended by President Woodrow Wilson, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and President Herbert Hoover.

Today, the Rose and White House are known as Veterans Day National Parks.

Here are some of the key moments from the day: First Lady Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and other members of the American public take part in the Rose & White ceremony in Washington, DC, on Veterans Day.

The Rose Garden is the home of the US National Parks Service.

They are proud to be the first US President to personally welcome US service members home from their service in World War One, the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War.

President Barack Obamas first address to the nation on Veterans day in January 2019.

He said: It is with the deepest sadness that I address you on Veterans’ Day.

On this day, we remember the service of our heroes.

We salute the brave men and women who serve this country every day.

Our nation was founded on a shared vision to provide opportunity for all.

The First Lady addressed the veterans on Veterans DAY.

She said: Today we remember those whose sacrifice, dedication and valour saved our nation.

Today we also honor those who sacrificed for our freedom and our safety.

And, most importantly, today we remember and remember you.

The president and first lady took part in a ceremony that was attended and broadcast live on social networks.

The first lady said: Our nation has made you proud.

And your service and dedication has given us a vision for the future.

America is stronger when we stand together, she said.

She continued: There is a history of our country that begins and ends with the brave who fought and died for our liberty.

On Thursday, January 29, 2020, President Donald Trump hosted the first annual Veterans Day Parade at the White and Rose Gardens in Washington.

He presented the Medal of Honor to former Army Sergeant First Class Matthew Rucker.

This is the highest award the US Army can give a member of its own service.

First Lady Michelle Obama and First Lady Jill Biden joined Trump for the parade.

The parade began at 9:00am local time, and ran along the Potomac River through Washington, D.C. The march, which took place in front of the Rose Gardens, was attended with a massive contingent of more than 100,000 people, according to CNN.

President Donald Trumps first address at the Veterans Day parade in Washington on Veteransday.

This speech, as well as his inaugural address, were broadcast live.

President Trumps address was read in the parade by former President and First Gentleman Joe Biden.

The President read the first three words of his address: “To all Americans, welcome home. Let