GLENS FALLS--New York Army National Guard volunteers of the 11th Annual Christmas Eve Roadmarch participate in the 3.3 mile walk through Glens Falls, N.Y. on December 24. Carrying the banner this year are retired Sgt. 1st Class Arthur Coon, at right, the event organizer and U.S. Military Academy cadet Mitchell Valenza. The march commemorated the deployment of local National Guard Citizen Soldiers to Iraq when first held back in 2004 and now honors military members of all services and all eras. More than 600 participants are estimated to have marched through Glens Falls, most carrying images of uniformed loved ones who are serving or have served.
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