November 11th is Remembrance Day in Canada, and Veterans Day in the US. Having been in the military (albeit a long time ago), and having lost a few brothers in arms, and having spent a fair bit of time with various veterans of different wars, I take Remembrance Day pretty seriously. In Canada, it seems that the meaning behind the day is slowly losing it's relevance for most of the younger population, probably due to the relatively low media exposure our military receives, and the decreasing familial connections to veterans. FOCUS: Share what Remembrance/Veterans Day means to you. Does it have special meaning for you? Why? If not, why do you suppose that is? ALT-FOCUS: Share your military stories and/or experiences. NB: Treat this subject with the respect it deserves.