By Tara John
November 11, 2015

Google has commemorated Veterans Day on Wednesday with an illustration of the men and women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces and a virtual march online.

The Doodle, displayed on the search giant’s homepage, depicts a group of veterans of all ages wearing the insignia of various military branches. The company also explained in a blog post that it is holding a virtual Veterans Day march using Google Cardboard, the company’s cardboard virtually reality glasses. Google says it will provide a link to the virtual march on this page to a YouTube video of the March, which can then be viewed through the cardboard glasses by tapping an icon on the right.

Veterans Day, originally called Armistice Day to celebrate the end of World War I, was made a legal holiday in 1954 and given a new name include all U.S. veterans who have fought in various wars.

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