Men and women who served in the U.S. military dating back to World War II were treated to a show by music legend Tony Orlando in recognition of the National Day of Honor for American Veterans Disabled for Life. The world-famous USO Show Troupe, the Palm Beach Symphony and the Dreyfoos School of the Arts choir also performed. The Oct. 5 date has special meaning for disabled veterans in America, because on that day in 2014, the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C. It was conceived by Lois Pope, who heads the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation.
ABOVE: Pope with Orlando. BELOW: Suzi and Rick Goldsmith.
Photos provided by Capehart