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© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Vietnam veteran Howie Berg of Aspen, Colo., touches the facade of the Moving Vietnam Memorial while building it in Rio Grande Park in Aspen.

Why We Are Free: Remembering Those Who’ve Served

As a U.S. Navy veteran, I would like to thank all those who’ve served, and especially all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice upon the Altar of Freedom. Thank You.

Friend and Vietnam veteran Howie Berg touches the names of some of the fallen at The Moving Wall Vietnam Veteran Memorial:

© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Vietnam veteran Howie Berg of Aspen, Colo., touches the facade of the Moving Vietnam Memorial while building it in Rio Grande Park in Aspen.

Reading the names at The Moving Wall:
© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - A visitor at the Moving Vietnam Memorial Wall at Rio Grande Park reads names inscribed upon the memorial during its stop in Aspen, Colo.

Folding the flag during my dad’s funeral services at Fort Logan National Cemetery:
© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - The Fort Logan Burial Detail folds the flag over the urn of SSgt. (Ret.) Robert L. Conrad during services at the National Cemetery in Denver, Colo.

The Color Guard at the Pitkin County Veteran’s Memorial:
© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - A USMC Color Guard performs during Memorial Day services at the Pitkin County Veteran's Memorial in Aspen, Colo.

Army “Old Guard” veteran Pepper Gomes of Aspen, Colo.

Lauren Twohig, left, Jake Ferlisi, and Sloan Stryker, of Aspen, Colo., listen to Veteran’s Day services.
© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Lauren Twohig, 10, left,  Jake Ferlisi, 6, and Sloan Stryker, 11, of Aspen, Colo., listen to Veteran's Day services at the Pitkin County Veteran's Memorial.

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Paul “pablo” Conrad

Pablo Conrad Photography

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