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Jeff Hopp 36m
Beautiful evening to watch planes land from the rose gardens.
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Tom Bielawski 4h
Uncommon valor was a Common Virtue- the at
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Amy Yates, NBCT 8h
In honor of those who served
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Caleb Caporale 12h
Replying to @AIVMI
So glad to have learned about this in school! Thank you for sharing.
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Linda Voss 35m
On a day that is a gift. Netherlands Carillon , ,DC April 18, 2019
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Lisa Apr 15
Replying to @jrrbusby
I did too, but as usual, I thought I was wrong.
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Bottle Breacher Apr 15
Tonight we run boxes!! 🔥🙌🏼🇺🇸
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Patriot Mom 19h
In honor of the men at I took this photo on my last trip to the Memorial at Arlington
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Daniel Schwalbe Apr 10
Can we please replace the frayed American Flag at the Iwo Jima Memorial? Do we need a Fundraiser?
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Alex Walmsley Apr 14
Honor Guard of Marines for the late 2nd Lt H. Wildasin , a hero of Day 1 of in MA yesterday. Am privileged to have known and loved this great man.
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3QuartersToday Apr 15
In honor of all the who served in WWII and beyond
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Stars and Stripes Honor Flight Apr 15
Happy 94th birthday to Harvey Kurz, star of the documentary film “Honor Flight” & . Harvey, we hope your day is “ok! All right! Terrific!”
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AGrudich Apr 11
Marine Memorial Raising the flag on Iwo Jima
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Sam Liu Apr 14
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Kevin D Slattery, PA Apr 11
test question of the day: Name one war fought by the United States in the 1900s. Answers: • World War I • World War II • Korean War • Vietnam War • (Persian) Gulf War - See full test Q&As here:
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Masnovita 🏴☠️ Apr 9
Censored Films From Assault on Iwo Jima - Reel 2
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Patriot Mom Apr 17
One in ten lost their life on Learn more about this battle
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JeffGriffith Apr 9
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Semper Fidelis Apr 16
Chris, I found the real picture of the real MEN who raised that American flag at Mt. Suribachi to replace that disrespectful one you have on your header. You can change who you are, but you can never change history.
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Julia Peters Apr 12
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