As is customary, a bouquet of flowers is placed on the memorial cenotaph.
Officer Tristan Barnes, a member of the Yale Police Honor Guard just prior to the ceremony.
President Peter Salovey making opening remarks.
The Yale Police Honor Guard.
Secretary and Vice President for Student Life Kimberly Goff-Crews.
Yale School of Music student Carl Stanley.
The attendees standing for the playing of the National Anthem.
Jack Beecher '84 M.P.H., a member of the university staff and an Air Force veteran, offers the invocation.
Senator Richard Blumenthal offering remarks.
Following the ceremony, there was a screening of "The Millionaires' Unit" at the Whitney Humanities Center. The film, based on a book by Marc Wortman tells the story of the students who formed the First Yale Unit, fought in World War I, and were the founding members of the U.S Naval Air Reserve.
Ryan Pearson '17, who has served in the U.S. Navy since 2002, offers remarks.
Nerea Cal, a graduate student and officer in the U.S. Army 2006-present, delivers a Veterans Day tribute.
Midshipman Taylor Rogers '17, U.S Navy, and Cadet Madeline Skrocki '17, US Air Force, carrying the wreath to the cenotaph.
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Veterans Day ceremony 2014

The Yale community gathered on Nov. 11 to commemorate Veterans Day. The ceremony included remarks by Yale student, faculty, and staff veterans, and a memorial wreath was placed on the alumni war memorial by an ROTC cadet and a midshipman, who were joined by ROTC commanding officers, other service representatives, and representatives from the Yale Student Veterans Association, Yale Veterans Association (an alumni group), and The Yale Veterans Network (a staff organization).