Michigan veteran Tony Bouman, in wheelchair, is greeted by a Park Service Living History volunteer, Patrick McCourt, at the entrance to the World War II memorial. McCourt said he was required to perform his duties outside the memorial due to the government shutdown. Visitors were still able to visit the WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans memorials despite the government shutdown. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun) #veterans #shutdown #WashingtonDC
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  • baltimoresunMichigan veteran Tony Bouman, in wheelchair, is greeted by a Park Service Living History volunteer, Patrick McCourt, at the entrance to the World War II memorial. McCourt said he was required to perform his duties outside the memorial due to the government shutdown. Visitors were still able to visit the WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans memorials despite the government shutdown. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun) #veterans #shutdown #WashingtonDC

  • mother.of.pitbullsI work at bwi. Took pics of these great men!!!
  • hufflepantsThat's awesome - wish I'd headed down to shake their hands & thank them for their service!
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