Remembering the fallen at Houston National Cemetery

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At Houston National Cemetery, somber remembrances of fallen servicemen and women who've made the ultimate sacrifice for their country...

Syliva Pena remembers her dad, who served in World War II and Korea, "He fought in two wars, him and his brother, they were in there together..It means a lot because they went through a lot, he went through a lot. He didn't say much but from what I do know he's seen a lot. He was my hero, that's what he did."

There are those who may not have the direct connection with veterans, and have their own meaning of the day.

Sawyer Voda, a kid, has her special way of remembering, "I'm putting roses and praying for other people who have died. They helped protect our country and they went to heaven because they died, and some people died in war."

Big words from one small child, who doesn't take lightly, the loss of so many brave men and women.

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