MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A group of Army moms will gather Sunday to celebrate the lives of their loved ones and reassure each other that although they are gone, they will never be forgotten.

The U.S. Army Garrison Miami’s Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) office, in partnership with founder of Veterans Oceans Adventure, Branson Rector, will recognize the mothers and families who have lost someone who to the U.S. military.

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The group of women, Gold Star Mothers and Families, will be able to enjoy lunch and then be taken out to sea on a sunset sail.

There will also be an honor guard ceremony that takes place and a video will be played to remember the heroes.

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Gold Star Mothers will also be able to attend a grief fellowship session at the Coconut Grove Sailing Club before they sail out to watch the sunset.

The purpose of the SOS program is to connect survivors with people to help cope with their loss and reiterate to the families that their sacrifice and that of their loved one will be honored and never forgotten.

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