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Kent State University student Adam Miller holds a photo of his grandfather Josh Schlosser on Monday in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Miller joined other servicemen in a march on Washington D.C. this past weekend. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
World War II 10th Mountain Division veteran, Charles W. Smith (center) from Plattsburgh, N.Y., salutes with others, during the singing of the National Anthem at the WWII Memorial Sunday in Washington. Four busloads of people, including 43 WWII veterans from the 10th Mountain Division, came to the WWII memorial. The memorial has been closed due to the government shutdown. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Craig Thompson, 40 of Cuyahoga Falls president of Craig Thompson Industries attended the march in Washington on Sunday where veterans and protestors removed the barriers to the WW II memorial in protest of the government shutdown. (Photo courtesy Craig Thompson)
Noreen Grimm stands next to her husband David Grimm, both from Pittsburgh, Pa., holding a portrait of President George Washington during a rally at the World War II Memorial in Washington Sunday. The rally was organized to protest the closure of the Memorial, subsequent to the shutdown, and lack of access to it by World War II veterans, who traveled there on Honor Flight visits. Leaders in the Senate have taken the helm in the search for a deal to end the partial government shutdown and avert a federal default. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Kaylee Cantrell (left) 13, from Lexington Park, Md., with Sherry Cantrell and Michael Cantrell, both from Crossville, Tenn., pose for a photo in front of a sign and removed barricades at the World War II Memorial in Washington Sunday. The rally was organized to protest the closure of the Memorial and access to it by World War II veterans who traveled there on Honor Flight visits. The memorial has been closed to the public since the partial federal government shutdown. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)