Monday, October 9, 2006
Part of my travel, today, included a visit to Air & Space museum at Dulles Int'l airport in Virginia and also a short visit in the late afternoon to the US Marine Corps memorial.
Above, you see a picture of an F-14 Tomcat, the space shuttle Enterprise that never used as an actual shuttle, and the Iwo Jima memorial. You can click on the pictures for larger sized pics.
I've come a long way to see these stuff and am glad I could see them. America is such a proud country and Americans are such gracious and kind people. Now I have more respect for the Americans and I do hope the United States remains strong because it is the beacon of hope for many people around the world. All these war memorials make me think of what US has fought since 1917 which has been to help free the world from the rule of tyrants and restore freedom. They never did invade any nation for territorial ambitions or to annex a land to their country. They have really fought for the simple belief of freedom and liberty. It's a proud country with a proud history.