A Boston Marathon bombing survivor and his rescuer have joined hundreds of people who planted about 57,000 flags at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne
Jared Monti, an army sergeant, was killed in combat in Afghanistan seven years ago but he’s still serving as an inspiration.
Hundreds gathered on Sunday to say thank you to military men and women at the American Legion post in Raynham.
The father of fallen soldier SFC Jared Monti is once again placing 56,000 flags on the graves of veterans in the Bourne National Cemetery on Veterans Day.
Paul Monti and many others will place 56,000 flags at the National Cemetary in Bourne, MA.