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RememberingOurFallen
National Traveling Memorial of our nation’s Fallen from Iraq/Afg since 9/11/2001. Man does not die until he is forgotten.
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#CoastalRising Nov 15
Arrive early to the game and visit the Memorial and pay respects to those who have served and passed since September 11, 2001.
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RememberingOurFallen Nov 11
Thank you, Columbia University, for your wonderful support of our veterans and our Fallen.
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CocaColaConsolidated Nov 8
Last Saturday was the ‘Salute to Veterans’ military appreciation game . We partnered with and to sponsor a military tribute display remembering those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Thank you to all who serve! 🇺🇸
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RememberingOurFallen Oct 6
Prayers for the family of James A. Slape.
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Maj Gen Daryl Bohac Sep 30
I remain extraordinarily humbled and inspired by the sacrifice our Gold Star mothers make everyday like Nola Fritz who continues to serve by traveling the country with the Remembering Our Fallen National Memorial.
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Eppley Airfield Sep 27
Throwback to earlier this week when we proudly hosted the return of an all-female . Our gratitude for those who bravely served, and a thank you to those who welcomed them home. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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Pinnacle Bank Sep 26
Through Saturday, October 6, Pinnacle Bank on 180th & Dodge in Omaha is hosting “Remembering Our Fallen”, a photographic war memorial that honors our country’s military Fallen from The War on Terror. The event is free & open to the public: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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Cal Lutheran News Sep 26
The traveling exhibit memorializing the Californians killed in the war on terror opened today in Cal Lutheran’s Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center and will be up through Oct. 3.
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Stars and Stripes Sep 14
In the bathroom one night, the boy placed rain boots on a neon pink stool in front of the sink, a toy rifle pinched between their little rubber soles and a helmet in front of them — a child’s version of the battlefield cross. “For my daddy in heaven.”
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Mark Hiller Sep 11
A visit to stirs up emotions of pain, sorrow and patriotic pride. So much loss for so many families, friends & communities since the . Such sacrifice can never be repaid.
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RememberingOurFallen Sep 8
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WNEP Sep 6
The traveling memorial has arrived. has more on the mobile tribute's first visit to our area.
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Brian Sheehan Sep 6
About 100 bikers and many more supporters escorted the National Tour memorial from Mohegan Sun Arena to McDade Park this afternoon.
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Telegram & Gazette Aug 23
Traveling memorial to post-9/11 vets stops in Marlboro
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Talia Clarke Aug 23
traveling Memorial in Union Common Marlborough, MA from now until Saturday 6pm.
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Ken McGagh Aug 22
Remembering Our Fallen, a traveling memorial honoring military personnel who have died since 9/11 will be in through Saturday. PHOTOS:
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Stars and Stripes Aug 13
Staff Sgt. Reymund Rarogal Transfiguracion, 36, from Waikoloa, Hawaii, died Sunday in Afghanistan from wounds he sustained from an improvised explosive device.
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The American Legion Aug 7
Today is set aside to honor those either killed or wounded while in service to our nation. Thank you for your sacrifice on our behalf.
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Stars and Stripes Aug 4
Reports: Sgt. Maj. Christopher Nelms, 46, died July 1 from injuries sustained from the June 27 jump at Laurinburg-Maxton Airport, N.C.
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Stars and Stripes Aug 4
Pvt. 2nd Class Jeremy J. Wells was a 19-year-old aircraft electrician in the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade
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