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Live blog: Region remembers fallen on Memorial Day

On Memorial Day 2015, the D.C. region is remembering the brave men and women who lost their lives defending their country. Here's everything you need to know from road closures and parade routes to stories from veterans and surviving family members.

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A veteran salutes Memorial Day

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