Korean War 74th Anniversary at KCS Flushing

Korean War 74th Anniversary at KCS Flushing

Ceremony of Remembrance

At the KCS Flushing Older Adult Center (FOAC), a poignant ceremony recently marked the 74th anniversary of the Korean War, known also as the 6.25 War. This event honored the memories of those who sacrificed during this significant conflict. Attendees paid tribute to the bravery and resilience of soldiers and civilians who endured the hardships of the Korean War.

Reflecting on Significance

The Korean War began on June 25, 1950, and ended on July 27, 1953. It remains a pivotal historical event with deep implications for the Korean Peninsula and globally. The ceremony at KCS Flushing served as a powerful reminder of these sacrifices, emphasizing the importance of remembering our past to foster a future of peace and understanding.

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