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Gene Mason
MONROE - Sitting on almost two-and-a-half acres of the West Potomac Park in Washington D.C., the Korean War Veterans Memorial commemorates the 5.72 million service members who fought for the United States during the three-year conflict. Over a dozen statues, formed in the model of real servicemen, roam the area with their weapons and radios with wary looks upon their faces. Gene Mason, now 87, described the scene as a lifelike patrol of soldiers moving above the front line.

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