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Local woman continues journey to lay Wreaths Across America

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — A Virginia Beach woman is continuing her journey to lay “Wreaths Across America.”

10 On Your Side introduced you Bre Kingsbury last year, a Navy wife whose Team Bear raised $27,000 to lay wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery in time for Christmas. 101 more words

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November 25 @ Acts 17-18

Acts 17-18 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: He is the known God; and in Him, all things exist

A somber moment in my life was a visit to Arlington National Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.  586 more words

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45800 W. Ann Arbor Trail

Home of America’s first official Sniper. 45800 W. Ann Arbor Trail and was built by John Berdan circa 1833. John was a farmer that owned 160 acres and this home literally sat in the middle of his property right on the Native American trail (now known as Ann Arbor Trail) that ran through the center of his property. 197 more words

Ann Arbor Trail

Veteran's Day and the long shadows of November

Today is Veteran’s Day.

It is a holiday for state employees like me. I spent the afternoon getting a manicure, pedicure, and shopping.

I love tradition and I have tried to create and honor many for my family. 552 more words


If I Do Die, I Die as a Soldier

Dear Mom and Dad,

Well I just got back from R&R and I am now in An Khe so I thought that I drop a few lines. 258 more words

Vietnam War