In 1953, a Kansas man named Alvin King started a campaign to turn Armistice Day into a day to honor all veterans and not just those that died in World War I. This came to fruition in 1954. In 1971, it was moved to the Fourth Monday of October only to be moved back to November 11th in 1978.
So in order to honor our veterans, I took a couple pictures. These are of a couple of my action figures and I then modified the pictures to give them the World War II look.
Overseas it is known as Remembrance or Armistice Day still.
This one depicts an airborne soldier.