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During the month of December, ABC 13 will salute the men and women who have served our country.

Honor a family member or a friend from any branch of the military who served at any time by sharing their story with us. Show us where they served on the map below and/or send us their photo by clicking the "Submit Photos" button. Include their name, rank, hometown, and place where they are/were stationed with your photo submission.

Then tune into ABC 13 throughout December, to see if your military salute ends up on our air!

 

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