SAN DIEGO MEMORIAL DAY LIVE VIRTUAL SIMULCAST COMMEMORATION
MEET THE AVIATORS AND THE AIRCRAFT THEY FLEW
SCHEDULE OF VIRTUAL EVENTS
This year’s line up of events is tailored with safety and social distancing in mind. All events are subject to change, please check back here regularly for updates.
We invite you to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country by adding a photo to our Remembrance Wall. This wall will be viewable online to our honor fallen military heroes. You will be able to submit your photo with a short message to publicly honor the legacy of those courageous individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
Meet the Aviators and the Planes They Flew – May 24 at 10 am
Join us on Sunday, May 24 at 10 am for a Facebook Live stream where we will introduce you to incredible aviators and the aircraft they flew.
Through FB Live, we will safely interview and introduce you to over 10 expert aviators and their aircraft on the flight deck of the USS Midway Museum. Tune in to learn about flying a F-14 Tomcat, E-2 Hawkeye and more from the experts!
Also, be sure to email any questions you may have for our aviators to email@example.com, so that we can ask YOUR questions to our aviators during the stream!
Please note, the USS Midway Museum is still closed to the public during this time. Spectators will not be permitted onboard during this Live Stream. We will be conducting this live stream with social distancing and safety top of mind
Memorial Day Wreath Ceremony – May 25 at 9 am
Join us for our first ever LIVE virtual simulcast commemoration. This will be a joint virtual event featuring four iconic San Diego locations: USS Midway Museum, Ft. Rosecrans National Ceremony, Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial and Miramar National Cemetery.
Mark your calendar to be a part of this historic virtual commemoration.
National Moment of Remembrance – May 25 at 3 pm
Established into law by Congress in 2000, the National Moment of Remembrance is when Americans pause and observe a moment of silence at 3 pm on Memorial Day to honor those who have fallen while serving in the U.S. military.
As noted by the National Moment of Remembrance Act, “Congress called on the people of the United States, in a symbolic act of unity, to observe a National Moment of Remembrance to honor the men and women of the United States who died in the pursuit of freedom and peace.”
Wherever you are, be sure to take a pause to remember those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice while in uniform.
More details to come.