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Photo by Renee Rhodes/Fort Knox VIOS \ THE U.S. ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND HONOR GUARD FOLDS A FLAG OVER THE POW/MIA Missing Man Table. A candle was lit to reflect on the collective hope of a POW/MIA’s return—dead or alive. A lemon slice was squeezed as a reminder of the bitter fate of a POW/MIA. A glass on the table remained inverted to illustrate a POW/MIA’s inability to share a toast. And salt was scattered to symbolize the tears of the missing and their Families.
Remembering the fallen

A sunny and dry start to the Memorial Day weekend turned overcast and rainy on the Monday federal holiday. Yet, about 600 people still visited Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff to attend a Memorial Day ceremony to pay respects to troops who have died in service to the United States.

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