Colorado Freedom Memorial : News Photo

Colorado Freedom Memorial

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AURORA, CO. - FEBRUARY 02: Kyle Andrew Crawford, 9, carries a shovel following Rick Crandall to the site where the Colorado Freedom Memorial will be built. Crawford is named after his uncle, Marin Lance Cpl. Andrew Riedel, who killed in Iraq in 2004. After 12 years, radio personality Rick Crandall is finally witnessing the dream of having a memorial built for Colorado's veterans, come true. A ground-breaking ceremony hosted by Crandall on a two-acre parcel of land near Buckley Air Force Base, is the start of the Colorado Freedom Memorial. The memorial, made of glass panels, will stand approximately 14 feet tall and 125 feet long and will have over 6,000 names etched in them of service members who have died in war. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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AURORA, CO. - FEBRUARY 02: Kyle Andrew Crawford, 9, carries a shovel following Rick Crandall to the site where the Colorado Freedom Memorial will be built. Crawford is named after his uncle, Marin Lance Cpl. Andrew Riedel, who killed in Iraq in 2004. After 12 years, radio personality Rick Crandall is finally witnessing the dream of having a memorial built for Colorado's veterans, come true. A ground-breaking ceremony hosted by Crandall on a two-acre parcel of land near Buckley Air Force Base, is the start of the Colorado Freedom Memorial. The memorial, made of glass panels, will stand approximately 14 feet tall and 125 feet long and will have over 6,000 names etched in them of service members who have died in war. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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February 02, 2013
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