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Published on May 10, 2011
Each year, on the Monday designated by the Government as Memorial Day, the UVC conducts a public ceremony at Oak Hill Memorial Park in San Jose, California. Local Boy and Girl Scouts place 3,600 American flags at the headstones of veterans of all wars in six burial plots: the Veteran's Plot, Field of Honor Plot, Spanish American War Plot, two Civil War Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Plots and Women's Relief Corps GAR Auxiliary Plot. The UVC Memorial Day Ceremony is held at the Veteran's Plot at 11 am and includes the posting of military and veteran organization colors, placing of wreaths, a rifle salute and playing of Taps.
Audio editing was done using Audacity. Photo editing was done using PhotoStudio. Movie Maker was used to tie everything together in Widescreen 1280 x 720p, 3/4 second transitions were used between clips during posting of colors and placing of wreaths to reduce scene jump.
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