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Sixty years later, we still remember
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Posted: 2013 Aug 02 - 06:44

Cliff Partlow/staff photographer

George Todd, left and Vincent Abbate, place a wreath at the Korean War Plaque during Saturday's ceremony. Hundreds of veterans, their family and friends, braved the heat and humidity on Veterans Memorial Island Sanctuary Saturday morning to honor to the more than 30,000 American servicemen that died and the 7,000 who are still unaccounted. Known as the forgotten war, the Korean conflict was fought between1950-53. A wreath was placed before the Korean War Plaque on the south end of the sanctuary.




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