Bruce Willis spent his Memorial Day as any American should — honoring our veterans.
The actor, whose dad was in the military, joined the Wounded Warrior Project and the Memorial Day Foundation in New York during a ceremony outside Horse Soldier Statue by the World Trade Center on Monday.
Willis also visited other sites and left wreaths in honor of those who have given their lives.
This isn’t the 60-year-old’s first time helping out. He’s traveled overseas with his band and the United Services Organization.
Just last Christmas he recorded a message to send to the troops over Christmas.
“Over the years I have been fortunate enough to travel overseas with the USO. I’ve seen firsthand the sacrifices our troops make every day,” Willis said in the video. “Now is the time they need us most.”
“I hope that others will join me in showing their gratitude to the brave men and women and in letting them know we are always by their side.” (RELATED: Robin Williams Forged Strong Bond With Military Community)