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Memorial Day, A Call to Remember

The Glen Carbon, Ill., Veterans Monument honors three hometown heroes who died in World War II – Staff Sgt. William Giza, Pfc. Leonard Sedlacek, and Sgt. William Landa. All three were killed in action in 1945. Giza was 27 years old and Landa was 31 years old. Sedlacek had celebrated his 29th birthday three days prior to his death. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christine Spargur)

PHOTO BY: Christine Spargur
VIRIN: 200519-F-XX123-008.JPG
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COOLPIX L830

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38/10

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10/4000

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125

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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