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Remembrance Day/ Veterans Day 2007

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On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, the guns ceased. Today, the British Commonwealth countries remember those who came before, and those who came after, and all who have given in their nation’s service. A number of European countries know it as Armistice Day. Americans celebrate it as Veteran’s Day. That day is a non-publishing day for Defense Industry Daily, but this year it fell on a Sunday. DID hopes our readers had a meaningful day, taking time to pause and give their thanks to those whose sacrifices made our todays possible. If not – go ahead and take a moment now.

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