Active-duty N.C. National Guard guardsmen and family members greet the World War II 30th Infantry Division veterans during a ceremony last year in the NCNG Joint Force Headquarters in West Raleigh.
Active-duty N.C. National Guard guardsmen and family members greet the World War II 30th Infantry Division veterans during a ceremony last year in the NCNG Joint Force Headquarters in West Raleigh. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Active-duty N.C. National Guard guardsmen and family members greet the World War II 30th Infantry Division veterans during a ceremony last year in the NCNG Joint Force Headquarters in West Raleigh. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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