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Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, a native of Mayodan, N.C.,

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Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, a native of Mayodan, N.C.,

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Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, a native of Mayodan, N.C., shows Ryan Beaulieu, a child with the Make a Wish Foundation, the 16th Military Police Brigade memorial. Moore described to Beaulieu the bravery and valor many of the fallen Service members whose names are engraved on the memorial.

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2000 - 2020
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