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NY Guard remembers WW I members

SLEEPY HOLLOW-- New York Guard Col. Raymond Mechmann, speaks during a ceremony honoring 40 members of the state defense force who died one duty during World War I guarding New York's infrastructure to prevent attacks at the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y on May 7, 2017. Most of those Guardsmen, whose names are on the memorial shown here, fell victim to the influenza pandemic which swept the world in 1918.

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