American flags and flowers line the graves of veterans during Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony in Davis. About 400 people gathered in the Davis Cemetery for the program, which included speeches and wreath-laying. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Air Force veteran Jerry Adler speaks about surviving a B-52 bomber crash and the “life-changing experience” of the families who relatives did not come home alive. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Nico Corbett makes sure the flag is secure before moving on Monday. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Members of local Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops were on hand early Monday morning to help plant flags along with back road of the Davis Cemetery for the Memorial Day ceremony. Daisy Scout Madeleine Loge, left, marks the spot with her foot as Troop 199 members Eli Graham and Matthew Loge race to put the flags in their places. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Timmy Yeung carries flags to place on graves Monday. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Ian Bray of Boy Scout Troop 132 puts a flag on one of 800 graves in the Davis Cemetery as part of Memorial Day. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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