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Free Tours Of Fenway Park For Veterans

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BOSTON - NOVEMBER 11: Fenway Park - Nathan McDonald of Andover, Mass., took a complimentary tour of Fenway Park which was free because he is a US veteran. McDonald was a Senior Airman in the US Airforce and did four tours of duty during operation Iraqi Freedom. Upon his return he got into a near-fatal motorcycle accident in April 2009 just after speaking with his wife, Merideth McDonald, at right, who was excited about having acquired tickets to the next day's Red Sox game. 'I called him to tell him we had tickets to the Red Sox game,' said Merideth. 'Sixteen minutes later I got a call that he was being lifeflighted,' added Merideth. They brought their daughter, Lija, 2, with them to the tour of Fenway. In honor of Veterans Day, the Red Sox offered veterans and active duty members of the military free tours of Fenway Park on, Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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BOSTON - NOVEMBER 11: Fenway Park - Nathan McDonald of Andover, Mass., took a complimentary tour of Fenway Park which was free because he is a US veteran. McDonald was a Senior Airman in the US Airforce and did four tours of duty during operation Iraqi Freedom. Upon his return he got into a near-fatal motorcycle accident in April 2009 just after speaking with his wife, Merideth McDonald, at right, who was excited about having acquired tickets to the next day's Red Sox game. 'I called him to tell him we had tickets to the Red Sox game,' said Merideth. 'Sixteen minutes later I got a call that he was being lifeflighted,' added Merideth. They brought their daughter, Lija, 2, with them to the tour of Fenway. In honor of Veterans Day, the Red Sox offered veterans and active duty members of the military free tours of Fenway Park on, Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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Fenway Park Nathan McDonald of Andover Mass took a complimentary tour... News Photo 187991536Andover,Boston - Massachusetts,Fenway Park,Free,Horizontal,Human Interest,Massachusetts,Tour,USA,VeteranPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2013 - The Boston GlobeBOSTON - NOVEMBER 11: Fenway Park - Nathan McDonald of Andover, Mass., took a complimentary tour of Fenway Park which was free because he is a US veteran. McDonald was a Senior Airman in the US Airforce and did four tours of duty during operation Iraqi Freedom. Upon his return he got into a near-fatal motorcycle accident in April 2009 just after speaking with his wife, Merideth McDonald, at right, who was excited about having acquired tickets to the next day's Red Sox game. 'I called him to tell him we had tickets to the Red Sox game,' said Merideth. 'Sixteen minutes later I got a call that he was being lifeflighted,' added Merideth. They brought their daughter, Lija, 2, with them to the tour of Fenway. In honor of Veterans Day, the Red Sox offered veterans and active duty members of the military free tours of Fenway Park on, Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)