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Volunteers Decorate Arlington for Holidays
12/19/2007 11:07 AM ET
ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: Staff Sgt. Patrick King, who lost part of his leg in Iraq, hugs fiancee Carolyn Turrell as volunteers joined in placing more than 10,000 balsam fir wreaths on the graves of servicemen and women at Arlington National Cemetery.
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ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: Staff Sgt. Patrick King, who lost part of his leg in Iraq, hugs fiancee Carolyn Turrell as volunteers joined in placing more than 10,000 balsam fir wreaths on the graves of servicemen and women at Arlington National Cemetery.

RLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: Beth Belle (L) and Gina Barnhurst (R), who both lost their sons in Iraq, hug one another as volunteers joined in placing more than 10,000 balsam fir wreaths on the graves of servicemen and women at Arlington National Cemetery.
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RLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: Beth Belle (L) and Gina Barnhurst (R), who both lost their sons in Iraq, hug one another as volunteers joined in placing more than 10,000 balsam fir wreaths on the graves of servicemen and women at Arlington National Cemetery.

ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: While sitting at his gravesite, Gina Barnhurst writes a letter to her son, Eric Herzberg, who died in Iraq.
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ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: While sitting at his gravesite, Gina Barnhurst writes a letter to her son, Eric Herzberg, who died in Iraq.

ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: Beth Belle decorates a tree she and her husband planted for their son Nicholas Kervin Belle, who died in Iraq, in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery December 15, 2007 in Arlington, Virginia.
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ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: Beth Belle decorates a tree she and her husband planted for their son Nicholas Kervin Belle, who died in Iraq, in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery December 15, 2007 in Arlington, Virginia.

ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: John Chartier pays his respects at the grave of Jason Butkus, who was killed in Iraq, after joining volunteers in placing more than 10,000 balsam fir wreaths on the graves of servicemen and women at Arlington National Cemetery.
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ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 15: John Chartier pays his respects at the grave of Jason Butkus, who was killed in Iraq, after joining volunteers in placing more than 10,000 balsam fir wreaths on the graves of servicemen and women at Arlington National Cemetery.

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