Best Of Social Media: The New England Patriots Honor America’s Fallen On Memorial Day
Current and retired members of the New England Patriots paid tribute to the true Patriots of the United Sates Armed Services with posts of reflection over their social media accounts on this Memorial Day Monday.
Take a look at all the best sights and sounds from social media honoring those who paid the ultimate price to protect and preserve freedom each and everyday serving their country.
Over the years under head coach Bill Belichick, the Patriots have developed a close relationship with the military and its veterans, especially the US Navy, and that remained on full display Monday.
From everyone at PatsFans.com, thank you to all who have served and may we never forget those who were lost.
Earlier this week, Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft joined volunteers to help plant the “Heroes Flag Garden outside Gillette Stadium.
If you live locally in Massachusetts, the garden will be on display through May 28th in parking lot 5.
This afternoon, RKK joined volunteers from @TeamProject351 to plant our #HeroesFlagGarden
2,552 flags honor the 2,552 Foxboro residents who lost their lives defending our country since the Revolutionary War: https://t.co/4vMYFNpRvT pic.twitter.com/ZyfhxVgtb4
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) May 21, 2020
As we remember our slain service men and women today, pray God's blessing, comfort, and peace on their families as they continue to grieve. Our freedom is not without sacrifice. Our debt is one we can not repay. #MemorialDay 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/M8CfRvvd0H
— Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) May 25, 2020
Today we remember and honor our fallen heroes.. Forever grateful for their bravery and strength 🙏🏽🇺🇸 #MemorialDay pic.twitter.com/DPAWzq9LM1
— Willie McGinest (@WillieMcGinest) May 25, 2020
Happy Memorial Day everyone; “Faith makes all things possible. Hope makes all things work. Love makes all things beautiful. May you have all three today”!!!GodBless
— K. Feezy (@feezy_k) May 25, 2020
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