Military, civilian community members join together to honor veterans

By Sgt. Maj. Eric LobsingerApril 25, 2011

Color Guard.
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Fort Sam Houston's Joint Color Guard stands at attention after posting the colors April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Color Guard. FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Fort Sam Houston's Joint Color Guard stands at attention after posting the colors April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Maj. Eric Lobsinger) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, the commanding general for U.S. Army Installation Command, speaks to those gathered for the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial April 17 in San Antonio. Lynch served as the event's guest speaker. The memorial service served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, the commanding general for U.S. Army Installation Command, speaks to those gathered for the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial April 17 in San Antonio. Lynch served as the event's guest speaker. The memorial service served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Maj. Eric Lobsinger) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Military and civilian community members from throughout the greater San Antonio area met together April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, those in attendance placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Military and civilian community members from throughout the greater San Antonio area met together April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, those in attendance placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Maj. Eric Lobsinger) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Military and civilian community members from throughout the greater San Antonio area met together April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, those in attendance placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served.
4 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Military and civilian community members from throughout the greater San Antonio area met together April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, those in attendance placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Maj. Eric Lobsinger) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Fort Sam Houston's Joint Color Guard marches forward to post the colors April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served.
5 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Fort Sam Houston's Joint Color Guard marches forward to post the colors April 17 during the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial in San Antonio. The event served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Maj. Eric Lobsinger) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, the commanding general for U.S. Army Installation Command, along with Command Sgt. Maj. Neil Ciotola, his senior enlisted advisor, and Command Sgt. Maj. David Wood, U.S. Army North, gather together before the start of the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial April 17 in San Antonio. Lynch served as the event's guest speaker. The memorial service served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, the commanding general for U.S. Army Installation Command, along with Command Sgt. Maj. Neil Ciotola, his senior enlisted advisor, and Command Sgt. Maj. David Wood, U.S. Army North, gather together before the start of the All Veterans Memorial Service at the Vietnam Memorial April 17 in San Antonio. Lynch served as the event's guest speaker. The memorial service served to honor veterans - both past and present. During the ceremony, military and civilian community members placed wreaths, bouquets and flowers at the base of the Vietnam Memorial in memory of those who have served. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Maj. Eric Lobsinger) VIEW ORIGINAL