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Patty Thompson of West Palm Beach, Fla., left, who's husband Spc. Raymond Clark Thompson has been added to the wall of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, kisses Jeanette Lilly, the mother of 1st Lt. Lawrence Lilly who went missing in action in Vietnam, following a Mother's Day ceremony to honor Patty's husband  Raymond and three other American servicemen who have been added to the wall, Washington, D.C., Sunday, May 12, 2013. Also pictured is Jeanette's daughter, Susan Harvey of Alexandria, Va., right. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK
Patty Thompson of West Palm Beach, Fla., left, who's husband Spc. Raymond Clark Thompson has been added to the wall of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, kisses Jeanette Lilly, the mother of 1st Lt. Lawrence Lilly who went missing in action in Vietnam, following a Mother's Day ceremony to honor Patty's husband Raymond and three other American servicemen who have been added to the wall, Washington, D.C., Sunday, May 12, 2013. Also pictured is Jeanette's daughter, Susan Harvey of Alexandria, Va., right. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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