Remembering A “Forgotten War”

US Military Bracelets, Towne Craft Designs, Remembering a Forgotten War

This Friday, July 27th, is National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day.  In July of 1953, the drafting of an armistice ended a three-year civil war in Korea, drawing a demarcation line and setting up the demilitarized zone that still exists today. During those years of combat, nearly 45,000 U.S. men and women gave their lives on the Korean peninsula, fighting to restore peace and liberty to a land under conflict.

Though not officially a holiday, National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day is a time to honor distinguished Korean War veterans, a day to commemorate the courage and sacrifices they made, not just for those at home in America, but for people and nations across the globe. We at Towne Craft Designs wish to show our heartfelt thanks to those who fought for freedom and democracy in Korea, and our admiration for the brave men and women who continue to defend our country every day. We urge you to take a moment to remember their sacrifices, and to show your respect and gratitude for their dedication.

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