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Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter A visitor walks through the Arlington Northwest traveling memorial in Mercerdale Park on Sept. 15. The memorial included 2,900 markers for U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq. There wasn’t enough room in the park for markers for all 3,800 Americans killed. -
Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter A visitor walks through the Arlington Northwest traveling memorial in Mercerdale Park on Sept. 15. The memorial included 2,900 markers for U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq. There wasn’t enough room in the park for markers for all 3,800 Americans killed.
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A visitor walks through the Arlington Northwest traveling memorial in Mercerdale Park on Sept. 15. The memorial included 2,900 markers for U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq. There wasn’t enough room in the park for markers for all 3,800 Americans killed.

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