Memorial Day Downloadable Cards

Memorial Day is a very important holiday in the USA and that’s the main reason why we are going to leave at your disposal some cards. All these cards, of course, are related to Memorial Day, a day in which people commemorate those Americans who died in the military service. Hope you enjoy the cards below and visit our blog again soon!

How to download?

All the cards below can be downloaded for free by following these steps:

  1. Pick the card you want to download
  2. Right-click on it
  3. Left-click on the “save as” option

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Members of the U.S. Army Old Guard place a flag at each of the over 220,000 graves of fallen U.S. military service members buried at Arlington National Cemetery, May 24, 2012. Memorial Day will be commemorated this weekend across the United States.    REUTERS/Jason Reed  (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY) - RTR32L4M

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Susie Udarbe, of Monterey, Calif. pauses amidst rows of American Flags while visiting her father's grave on Memorial Day at Mission Memorial Park in Seaside, Calif. on Monday May 28, 2012. Udarbe said her father Sebastian Udarbe was a World War II and Korean War veteran. (AP Photo/Monterey County Herald, David Royal)

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A  mourner, believed to be Air Force Reserve Captain Teresa Dutcher lays at the grave of Corporal Michael Avery Pursel at Arlington National Cemetary in Arlington, Virginia.  She visits the cematery at the conclusion of the "Flags In" on May 24, 2012.   Each year for the past 40 years, the 3rd U.S. Infantry or "Old Guard" honors America's war dead by placing American flags at the gravestones of service members buried at Arlington National Cemetery prior to Memorial Day weekend.   The tradition, known as "flags in," is conducted annually by the 3rd U.S. Infantry, the Army's official ceremonial unit. Every available soldier in the 3rd U.S. Infantry participates, placing a small American flag one foot in front and centered before each grave marker over a three-hour period.  During this time, the soldiers place flags in front of more than 260,000 gravestones.