Friday is the day for honoring veterans of the Unites States of America's armed forces. For millions of Americans, however, it's another holiday on the calendar — a day off from school, a day out of work, a three-day weekend.
In towns and cities across America, grizzled veterans, Boy Scouts, politicians and a handful of others will attend small, quiet services.
Is that enough? Do Americans do enough to recognize the nation's service men and women?