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(Washington D.C. - SHOT 5/27/2004) Veterans (right to left) Bill Clark, 77, of Pagosa Springs; Mike McClune, 56, of Aurora and John Walker, 81, of Pagosa Springs share a laugh with US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Mike Strobl (far left) of Grand Junction Thursday during a welcome breakfast honoring veterans that was held by Colorado congressman Scott McInnis in Washington D.C. Thursday morning. They were laughing about Clark's wounded duck (yellow circle) patch on his original wool Navy uniform that indicates he was honorably discharged from military service. A group of about 100 Colorado veterans that served in World War II have traveled to Washington D.C. for Saturday's dedication ceremony of the National World War II Memorial. The memorial, nearly 60 years in the making, is located between the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial and honors the 16 million who served and 400,000 who gave their lives in the war. (MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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