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Deceased indigent veterans given proper memorial service

Missing in America Project and the Claude R. Boyd-Spencer Funeral Homes, as well as other Dignity Memorial providers, held a service at Long Island National Cemetery on Thursday to honor veterans who died either homeless, indigent or without any family. Credit: James Carbone; Newsday / Shelby Knowles

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