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  • Ret. Gen. Steve Siegfried to veterans on Memorial Day: "You won your war!"

    Many veterans and civilians in the Midlands spent part of their day visiting the South Carolina Memorial Park in Columbia. A ceremony was held there and Ret. Gen. Steve Siegfried was the speaker. Siegfried was a former commanding general at Fort Jackson.

Many veterans and civilians in the Midlands spent part of their day visiting the South Carolina Memorial Park in Columbia. A ceremony was held there and Ret. Gen. Steve Siegfried was the speaker. Siegfried was a former commanding general at Fort Jackson. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Many veterans and civilians in the Midlands spent part of their day visiting the South Carolina Memorial Park in Columbia. A ceremony was held there and Ret. Gen. Steve Siegfried was the speaker. Siegfried was a former commanding general at Fort Jackson. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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