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Published: Sunday, 5/31/2009

Remembering The Forgotten War in Oregon

CTY memorial31p         05/30/2009     The Blade/Lori King  Former Oregon mayor Jim Haley, in wheel chair, observes the unveiling of the Korean War monument during its dedication at Clay High School's Memorial Stadium in Oregon, OH. CTY memorial31p 05/30/2009 The Blade/Lori King Former Oregon mayor Jim Haley, in wheel chair, observes the unveiling of the Korean War monument during its dedication at Clay High School's Memorial Stadium in Oregon, OH.
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Ex-Oregon Mayor Jim Haley, a Korean War veteran, studies the monument, which honors veterans from Oregon and Jerusalem Township who served or died in The Forgotten War. Pvt. Robert Beale is the only known eastern Maumee Bay soldier to have been killed in the conflict.


CTY memorial31p         05/30/2009     The Blade/Lori King  The 180th Fighter Wing performs a fly-over during the dedication of the Korean War monument at Clay High School's Memorial Stadium in Oregon, OH. CTY memorial31p 05/30/2009 The Blade/Lori King The 180th Fighter Wing performs a fly-over during the dedication of the Korean War monument at Clay High School's Memorial Stadium in Oregon, OH.
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Jets from the Air National Guard s 180th Fighter Wing fly over ceremonies in the Clay High stadium Saturday to dedicate a monument to Korean War veterans.


CTY memorial31p         05/30/2009     The Blade/Lori King  The Honor Guard retires the colors during the dedication of the Korean War monument at Clay High School's Memorial Stadium in Oregon, OH. CTY memorial31p 05/30/2009 The Blade/Lori King The Honor Guard retires the colors during the dedication of the Korean War monument at Clay High School's Memorial Stadium in Oregon, OH.
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An honor guard retires the colors at the event.




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