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From Mike Williamson, SurvivalBlog Editor At Large: Veteran’s Memorial Park at Sunrise

The video was taken at sunrise at the Pensacola War Memorial Park. The park is located on the North Shore of Pensacola Bay. It includes memorials to all U.S. Armed Forces and foreign wars. It is also the location of the Wall South, which is an exact replica of the Viet Nam Memorial in Washington. The lighted tower in the Park is the Marine Corps Aviation Memorial and was built through private donations, and the bell clapper in the bell is made of the Naval Aviation Wings and Crew Wings worn by an H-46 Medevac Crew killed in Afghanistan. All crew and troops on board the a/c were KIA. A female Marine Pilot was the Aircraft Commander and they were hit by an RPG coming out of the Medevac P/U Landing Zone. Hope you enjoy this beautiful tribute to our troops as we remember Veterans Day 2014.

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