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Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and its tenant commands' officials as well as Marines, policemen, firemen, civil servants, veterans and families observed the 13th anniversary of 9/11 in front of the installation's Coffman Hall. The commemoration included an invocation, Taps, a moment of silence, a speech by MCLB Albany's commanding officer, Col. Don Davis, and a closing prayer. Davis emphasized to those at the observance to "remember the fallen of that day, remember who has fallen since, and remember that what you do here on a day-to-day basis contributes to whether or not their deaths were in vain."
140911-M-UF068-001.JPG Photo By: Marti Gatlin

Sep 11, 2014
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY - Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and its tenant commands' officials as well as Marines, policemen, firemen, civil servants, veterans and families observed the 13th anniversary of 9/11 in front of the installation's Coffman Hall. The commemoration included an invocation, Taps, a moment of silence, a speech by MCLB Albany's commanding officer, Col. Don Davis, and a closing prayer. Davis emphasized to those at the observance to "remember the fallen of that day, remember who has fallen since, and remember that what you do here on a day-to-day basis contributes to whether or not their deaths were in vain."


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