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Flags and flowers for the fallen

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Ceremonies at the Santa Fe National Cemetery on Monday honored all members of the military. The day for honoring veterans originated in the wake of the Civil War but was made a national holiday only in 1968. This year, active-duty sailors from the USS Santa Fe nuclear-powered submarine were on hand for the Memorial Day observances, which honor all war dead.

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