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Thousands gathered Saturday morning at Arlington National Cemetery to pay their respects by helping Wreaths Across America lay wreaths on the headstones of American servicemen and women.
More than 110,000 wreaths were placed on Arlington graves Saturday. USO Warrior and Family Care once again helped Wreaths Across America’s efforts by contributing funds to the event.
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