FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, LEBANON COUNTY—Celebrating Veterans Day a little early, at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Over a hundred Vets and their supporters gathered Sunday to remember, share stories, hear gun fires in honor of those who fought for freedom.
"I know a lot of people, served, lost their lives for this, to keep our country free," said Boy Scout, Mitchell Lee.
This is the 11th annual Veterans Day program at the 38,000 gravesite cemetery.
All here, for the same reason they said.
"Tradition, paying respect to the people that are no longer with us," said U.S. Army Veteran, Clair Becker.
Becker's daughter, Doreen agrees.
She said she is honoring her husband who also served.
"He passed away eight years ago, he was in the army and he never got to enjoy any of this, I come out of respect for him."
Veterans Day is this Friday the 11th of November.