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Honoring Our Veterans

November 11, 2016

What if you joined the Army, but the Army doesn't seem to want you?

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November 09, 2016

T.C. Oneyear said he joined the Navy because he wanted to see the world. He saw the world and then some.

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November 09, 2016

Strangely, the shrapnel that hit Lee Sawyer Jr., in the battlefields of Vietnam caused him no pain.

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November 09, 2016

CAMDEN – Wilmot Sewell always wanted to join the Navy.

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November 09, 2016

COINJOCK – The song “I've Been Everywhere” could well apply to the 20-year military career of James E. Sargent of Aydlett.

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November 09, 2016

Want to know what it was like to have served on board a Navy submarine in the midst of the Cold War?

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November 09, 2016

Doug Bates knows firsthand what the enemy looks like.

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November 09, 2016

 A program offered by Twiford Funeral Home lets loved ones of deceased veterans whose final wishes included cremation honor both them and American flags that have become too worn for display.

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November 09, 2016

EDENTON — Sam Barrow remembers being away from family as the most difficult thing about his three deployments overseas.

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November 09, 2016

John Albertoni grew up on his family’s dairy farm in Southern California. After graduating high school he didn’t plan to attend college, and needed some direction in his life.

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