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Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day has been a federal holiday since 1971. In this edition of Telling Alaska's Story, Alaska's News Source attended a ceremony for an Unalaska man killed in action and nearly forgotten.
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Memorial Day is often marked by a day off to celebrate with cookouts, camping, and boat rides, but it's also important to remember its true meaning. For many paratroopers each year, the day is marked with an arduous climb up Gold Star Peak.
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Nearly 400 Operation Desert Storm veterans walked side by side in the National Memorial Day Parade in the United States capital on Monday. Almost every veteran carried a patch with the name of one of the 375 military members who lost their lives during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. An Alaska man, David Douthit, was one of them.
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FastCast digital headlines for Tuesday, May 30, 2023.
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With no mass shelter or a sanctioned campground, its a question, that for the past month, members of the cities Sanctioned Campground Community Taskforce have been trying to answer. A possible solution, the Municipality of Anchorage owned, former National Archive sit located on 40th and Denali.
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The special broadcast featured multiple stories by anchors Ben and Katie Kaplan and reporter Savannah Kelley who were all aboard Honor Flight Tallahassee on April 29. The newscast documented the experiences of multiple veterans as they were whisked away on a free, whirlwind trip to Washington, D.C. to visit the nation’s military monuments and memorials.