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EAGLE POINT, Ore. — Service members who gave everything for their country were supported by the community one final time Thursday.
“I think this is one thing that we can all get behind and be united on, to respect our service personnel. Especially the ones like today that don’t have family that can come and share their support for them,” said Robert Pinnell, the committee chairperson for the Avenue of Flags.
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