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Each night since the Friday following the tragic murders of five United States military members here in Chattanooga, a crowd of Collegedale community members has gathered along the overpass at I-75 and Volkswagen Drive to wave U.S. flags and show their support for our nation. Among those people Monday evening were two young men who will be leaving shortly to become United States Marines. Caleb Rogers (left) and Bailey Wittman were unanimous in their feelings that it will be an honor to serve their country as members of its military.
Photo by Dennis Norwood
Each night since the Friday following the tragic murders of five United States military members here in Chattanooga, a crowd of Collegedale community members has gathered along the overpass at I-75 and Volkswagen Drive to wave U.S. flags and show their support for our nation. Among those people Monday evening were two young men who will be leaving shortly to become United States Marines. Caleb Rogers (left) and Bailey Wittman were unanimous in their feelings that it will be an honor to serve their country as members of its military.


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