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Download full resolution image Christmas Eve Roadmarch Honors Troops, Veterans

Christmas Eve Roadmarch Honors Troops, Veterans

GLENS FALLS N.Y. - New York Army National Guard Soldiers Spcs. James Zito left of South Glens Falls Nicolas Cassey from Gansevoort and Russell Smith of Queensbury assist event organizer and retired Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Art Coon center as they lead the participants of the 10th annual Christmas Eve Roadmarch here Dec. 24. Participants from the New York Army and Air National Guard veterans organizations family members and community supporters turned out for the 3.6 mile march through town to support deployed servicemembers around the world. More than 1000 participants turned out for the 2013 event saluting the original unit members of the 2nd Battalion 108th Infantry who were deployed to Iraq in 2004 for the original roadmarch. U.S. National Guard photo by Col. Richard Goldenberg New York Army National Guard.

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