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Zofia Pires, 3, of Stoughton and her mother, Zory, watch Friday night's Foxboro-Stoughton football game. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise, Purchase this photo, $8

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Angela Keller, 92, leads the reciting of the “Pledge of Allegiance” during the “fallen hero” ceremony held on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, at the intersection of Hingham and Webster streets in Rockland. The intersection was named Pfc. James M. Keller Square to honor her son James, who was killed in Vietnam in 1970. GARY HIGGINS/The Patriot Ledger

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Carolyn Dimeo of Plymouth takes a break to sit by the cooking fire in a Civil War re-enactment camp set up in Island Grove in Abington on Saturday, September 22, 2012. Emily J. Reynolds/The Enterprise

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It’s been 11 years since that September morning when war was brought to our shores from an ocean and a desert away. This is a day to remember the lives and legacies of the nearly 3,000 people who died, some victims, others heroes, and the families and country they left behind. O'Mahoney cartoon.

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Five veterans from Brockton competed in the 32nd National Veterans Wheelchair Games that was held in Richmond, Va. June 25-30.

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Laurie Hayes collects the bunting that had draped a sign naming the Broad Street Bridge in Bridgewater for her son, Marine Lance Cpl. Kevin T. Preach, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009. A dedication ceremony was held Sunday. Emily J. Reynolds/The Enterprise

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A first wave beach battalion Ducks lays low under the fire of Nazi guns on the beach of southern France on D-Day, June 6, 1944 during World War II. One invader operates a walkie talkie radio directing other landing craft to the safest spots for unloading their parties of fighting men. Associated Press

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E4 Jonathan Correia HOMETOWN: Brockton MILITARY BRANCH: Air Force SERVICE: Two years FROM THE HEART: “He's such an amazing role model for the young boys in my family. There are many ‘boys’ around but I lucked out and happened to find a man! And the best one out there! I am so grateful that I am the girl he choose to go through the experience with, and I will always stand by him!” Submitted by his girlfriend Amber Smith

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Rebecca Howard, 28, now lives in Norfolk, VA, but she came back to her hometown of Easton for the Memorial Day celebration. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise

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From left, Melissa Richard, 21, Taunton, and Jennifer Hopgood, 21, Rhode Island, during the Memorial day parade and observance in Easton. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise

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Two-year-old Samantha Presti shows respect for the wreath placed at Abington's All War Memorial during the Memorial Day Ceremonies on Monday, May 28, 2012. K.A. MacDonald/Wicked Local Abington

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Tyler Curry, 1, of Brockton, during the Memorial Day observance in Brockton on Monday, May 28. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise

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Army Sgt. Major Robert Dondero of Brockton was among the servicemen from southeastern Massachusetts who were killed in Vietnam. He died Nov. 6, 1969.

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Avon Little Leaguers ride in an open car during Avon's Memorial Day Parade on Sunday. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise

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The Bishop family, all Huntington school alumni from 1946 to present, gather before the 115th annual Huntington School Memorial Day parade. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise

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Pakthra Meas, 13, places a decorates a grave. Students from the Plouffe Academy in Brockton placed flags in Coweeset Cemetery, on Saturday, May 19, 2012. Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise

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