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Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug Williams, of Bay Shore; and Chris Delaney, of Lindenhurst, raise a flag at the Montauk Point Lighthouse, where they started their 148-mile walk to the Sept. 11 memorial in Manhattan. (Sept. 11, 2012) Photo Credit: Erin Geismar

Three veterans started a 148-mile walk on Sept. 11, 2012, from the Montauk Point Lighthouse to Ground Zero in honor of the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug
Photo Credit: Erin Geismar

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug Williams, of Bay Shore; and Chris Delaney, of Lindenhurst, hold an American Flag, which they will carry with them as they walk from Montauk Point to the 9/11 memorial in Manhattan. (Sept. 11, 2012)

Veterans, from left, Doug Williams, of Bay Shore;
Photo Credit: Erin Geismar

Veterans, from left, Doug Williams, of Bay Shore; Chris Delaney, of Lindenhurst; and Richard Bezouska, of Ohio, plant flags inscribed with the name of a victim of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. They will plant the flags every mile on their walk from Montauk Point to the 9/11 memorial in Manhattan. (Sept. 11, 2012)

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug
Photo Credit: Erin Geismar

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug Williams, of Bay Shore; and Chris Delaney, of Lindenhurst, hold a U.S. Coast Guard flag, which they will carry with them as they walk from Montauk Point to the Sept. 11 memorial in Manhattan. (Sept. 11, 2012)

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug
Photo Credit: Erin Geismar

Veterans, from left, Richard Bezouska, of Ohio; Doug Williams, of Bay Shore; and Chris Delaney, of Lindenhurst, raise a flag at the Montauk Point Lighthouse, where they started their 148-mile walk to the Sept. 11 memorial in Manhattan. (Sept. 11, 2012)

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