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“The veteran will always put others before himself,” Trudeau said. “If there is a job to be done, or someone in need, the veteran will always ask ‘How can I help?’”

But Monday’s speakers focused on the sacrifices made during times of war. And the dangers service members face were driven home as the university honored three of its alumni who were recently identified as having died while fighting abroad.

The families of former students Robert Curry, Alfred Tripp and Francis Curtin, accepted honorary dogtags from Napolitano and Aoun, as many of those in attendance bowed their heads in respect.

“Each of these individuals is more than a name. They are a person who has served and given the ultimate sacrifice,” Napolitano said.

US Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano with Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun.
News Staff Photo/Matt Greene

“The veterans who have come to Northeastern, graduated from here, and some who have given the ultimate sacrifice, deserve our recognition.”

As the ceremony came to an end and a lone bugler played taps, the glare of the sun faded behind late afternoon clouds. Above the Veterans Memorial, the Northeastern and American flags were lowered to half mast.

After the ceremony Dick Power, president of the Northeastern ROTC Alumni Society, said he loved attending Veterans Day at Northeastern because it offered him a chance to meet future service members.

“You see the full gamut of service and potential service and all the honor given to them,” Power said. “It’s important for me, and to them, to see that somebody will care even when they’ve been out of the service for 50 years.”