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Names of each POW/MIA were accompanied by one ring of a bell.
Elizabeth Morin, a member of the Post 234 color guard, waits to thrown her carnation over the railing of the USS Massachusetts. orthborouhfo t   with a pink carnation.
The barrels of the guns present a solemn view on the USS Massachusetts.
This table represents the sadness of a POW/MIA who is not able to be at home with his or her loved ones.
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