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William Shatner ‏@WilliamShatner  18h18 hours ago Honoring those who have fought  for freedom.  #PurpleHeartDay

William Shatner ‏@WilliamShatner 18h18 hours ago Honoring those who have fought for freedom. #PurpleHeartDay

The holiday marked the 60th annual ceremony to honor those who have served.

The holiday marked the 60th annual ceremony to honor those who have served.

Alfredo Prieto: Serial Killer Executed In Virginia After Muttering Last Words ‘Get This Over With’ #deathpenalty #lethalinjection #alfredoprieto

Alfredo Prieto: Serial Killer Executed In Virginia After Muttering Last Words ‘Get This Over With’ #deathpenalty #lethalinjection #alfredoprieto

Oscar Ray Bolin: Serial Killer Executed In Florida For Murder Of Three Women

Oscar Ray Bolin: Serial Killer Executed In Florida For Murder Of Three Women

He was CO of the USS George Washington NCC 7273. - James Eric Nelson, 56, of Jacksonville passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at his home.    A Graveside Service will be held on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 12:00 pm at Coastal Carolina State Veterans Cemetery, Jacksonville with Military Honors.    James was born in Little Rock, Ark. and was the son of Patricia Nunley Nelson and the late Claude Nelson.

He was CO of the USS George Washington NCC 7273. - James Eric Nelson, 56, of Jacksonville passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at his home. A Graveside Service will be held on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 12:00 pm at Coastal Carolina State Veterans Cemetery, Jacksonville with Military Honors. James was born in Little Rock, Ark. and was the son of Patricia Nunley Nelson and the late Claude Nelson.

Colorado resident Chad Jukes hopes to become the first combat-disabled veteran in the U.S. to summit Everest. He’s planning to climb it from the north side with Team USX, a non-profit that aims to empower veterans to inspire others through expeditions and research. Jukes is joined by Second Lieutenant Harold Earls and First Lieutenant Elyse Ping Medvigy, who aspire to become the first active duty U.S. soldiers to stand on Everest’s summit. They are joined by a filmmaker and will be guided…

Colorado resident Chad Jukes hopes to become the first combat-disabled veteran in the U.S. to summit Everest. He’s planning to climb it from the north side with Team USX, a non-profit that aims to empower veterans to inspire others through expeditions and research. Jukes is joined by Second Lieutenant Harold Earls and First Lieutenant Elyse Ping Medvigy, who aspire to become the first active duty U.S. soldiers to stand on Everest’s summit. They are joined by a filmmaker and will be guided…

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