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Memorial Day 2013
Americans who died in defense of their country and our freedoms are remembered in ceremonies across the nation.
Jim Ransom, of Boise, shows his father's grave site to foster children Matthew, 5, and Nicholas, 3, Monday May 27, 2013 at Dry Creek Cemetery in northwest Boise. Many people celebrated Memorial Day visiting the grave sites of deceased loved ones and decorating the memorials with flowers and flags.