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WWE Superstar John Cena is joined on stage by veterans and fellow cast members of Cena's on the Fox television show 'True Grit,' during the USO Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore annual awards dinner, in Arlington, Va., April 19, 2016. Cena was presented the USO's Legacy of Achievement Award, which is given to civilians who demonstrate a deep commitment to our nation's military and who has contributed to educating others about their service and sacrifice. During the event, which highlighted their 75th anniversary, the USO honored the service and sacrifice of the U.S. Armed Forces and featured a tribute to special operations forces. DoD photo by Army Staff Sgt. Sean K. Harp

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