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North Dakota National Guard (NDNG) honor guard personnel, from left to right, US Army (USA) STAFF Sergeant (SGT) Barry Dutton, Sergeant (SGT) James Bearfield and SGT Justin Gerhardt, all of the 142nd Engineer Combat Battalion (ECB), battle the wind and rain during the Memorial Day ceremony at the North Dakota Veteran's Cemetery, near Mandan, North Dakota (ND)

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