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November 12, 2009 12:00 AM

Number of WWII veterans dwindling; less than 50,000 live in Ga.

DUBLIN — People such as Morris Flanders command more attention each year. From one Veterans Day to the next, fewer and fewer veterans of his generation attend ceremonies such as the one held Wednesday at the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center.

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