While people all over the country spent the weekend at ceremonies and events paying tribute to members of the military — one soldier from Fort Bragg, North Carolina found his own special way to honor those who serve.
The paratrooper from the 82nd Airborne held a salute for two straight hours to pay tribute to active duty, retired, reserve and military family members.
The goal is to inspire others, as he was inspired by another member of the military.
According to ABC 11, the Ft Bragg soldier got the idea to do the 2-hour salute on Skibo Road from a retired Marine who did a similar tribute, for three hours.
The Memorial Day holiday has passed and the ceremonies and events have ended, but this soldier is hoping the message of his challenge will continue to spread across the internet long after the holiday.
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