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  • Remembering heroes at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery

    Family and friends gathered Monday, May 30, 2016, at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon to honor the those who served in the nation’s military. The Memorial Day ceremony featured the presentation of colors, a flyover by Travis Air Force Base and musical selections from a Navy band. Kimberly Wright, Director of the National Cemetery Administration Office of Field Programs in Washington D.C., served as the event’s main speaker. A wreath presentation and rifle salute and taps rounded out the event.

Family and friends gathered Monday, May 30, 2016, at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon to honor the those who served in the nation’s military. The Memorial Day ceremony featured the presentation of colors, a flyover by Travis Air Force Base and musical selections from a Navy band. Kimberly Wright, Director of the National Cemetery Administration Office of Field Programs in Washington D.C., served as the event’s main speaker. A wreath presentation and rifle salute and taps rounded out the event. The Sacramento Bee
Family and friends gathered Monday, May 30, 2016, at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon to honor the those who served in the nation’s military. The Memorial Day ceremony featured the presentation of colors, a flyover by Travis Air Force Base and musical selections from a Navy band. Kimberly Wright, Director of the National Cemetery Administration Office of Field Programs in Washington D.C., served as the event’s main speaker. A wreath presentation and rifle salute and taps rounded out the event. The Sacramento Bee

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