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March 23, 2017

PHOTO ESSAY

Come and see the faces we saw in Washington D.C. over the Memorial Day Weekend. These are the liberators of a generation ago. These are the ones who bought the freedoms that most of us enjoy in the world today. They are old men and women now. They are stooped and bent. They have hearing aids and wheelchairs. Some have oxygen. Many are frail. But they are living heroes. They rose up and did their duty and battled evil and overcame tyranny and freed a troubled world.
By Scot Facer Proctor