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Annual Wreaths Across America ceremony at Korean War Memorial

10:19 AM, Jan. 2, 2013
Civil Air Patrol members Cadet Airman First Class Dylan Kulp, with Major John Thompson, right, lays a remembrance wreath at the Korean War Memorial.
Civil Air Patrol members Cadet Airman First Class Dylan Kulp, with Major John Thompson, right, lays a remembrance wreath at the Korean War Memorial.
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More than 30 people stood in a cold steady rain at the Korean War Memorial on Dec. 15 for the annual Wreaths Across America ceremony.

The Wreaths Across America ceremony honors veterans who never made it home for the holidays, and pays tribute to those in our military who must spend Christmas away from their loved ones.

The local event was one of more than 800 events held at memorial sites in all 50 states, including Arlington National Cemetery. This year marked the laying of the one millionth remembrance wreath donated to honor the service and sacrifice of our veterans. ...

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