Eric Ellerman, left, of the American Legion Riders Post 436 in Angier and Cadet 1st Lt. Sean Johnson, a member of the Cleveland High School JRTOC, lay a wreath in honor of prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action.
Eric Ellerman, left, of the American Legion Riders Post 436 in Angier and Cadet 1st Lt. Sean Johnson, a member of the Cleveland High School JRTOC, lay a wreath in honor of prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Eric Ellerman, left, of the American Legion Riders Post 436 in Angier and Cadet 1st Lt. Sean Johnson, a member of the Cleveland High School JRTOC, lay a wreath in honor of prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

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