Speech to Text for Wreaths Across America Ceremony
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we'll tell you more. announcer says "waandryanna saye point national cemetary is covered in christmas wreaths. all to make sure members of the military who have died aren't forgotten this holiday season." some sort of trumpet nat no patrick two line patrick says: "it's about american pride for me" no max two line max says: "honor, respect, teach, teach the young" no patrick two line patrick says: "it's one of those things are kind of gets you right in the heart" for patrick allen, this wreaths across america ceremony is personal. nat, no two line patrick says: "william r. goodson, us army" he knows quite a few people buried here at the eagle point national cemetery. including on very important man in his life. patrick says: "i'm very proud of my father. he served from wwii at 15 years old and faked a birth certificate." every year, his father edgar allen gets a wreath on his grave. patrick says: "for me it knowledge of a lot of things." today the old guard and the civil air patrol made sure more than 15 hundred other graves got the same treatment in the 27-th annual wreaths across america ceremony. wreaths across america donates holiday wreaths in a tribute to fallen military and veterans laid to rest. more than 16 hundred cemeteries across the nation do the same. max says: "it gets pretty emotional. i've seen people cry. a lot of pride." more than 60 people came to honor those military members. --to make sure they are remembered for their selfless service to their country. patrick says: "these people served and we have people here that are take down two line actually heroes...we always wanna remember them for what they've done for our country." in eagle point, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12. president