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A Blue Star Banner is seen in a window in an Akron neighborhood. The banners, known as service flags, are used to honor a family member or members who are serving in the U.S. military during a time of war.(Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
A flag marks the grave of a veteran on Memorial Day in this file photo.(Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
A sign honoring our military heros adorns a mailbox in Barberton. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Numerous flags are on the front porch of a Barberton home. The nation has been at war longer than any other time in American history. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Signage hangs on the walls of an Army Recruiting Station in this file photo. (Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
A Vietnam War veteran bows his head in remebrance of those who died in Vietnam during a visit of the travelling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Wall memorial. (Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
A child holds a sign as workers piece together the American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam memorial wall.(Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
A veteran stands at attention and salutes as the national anthem is sung during the Veterans Day memorial service at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in this file photo in Rittman, Ohio. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, also know as the The Wall, contains names of all the U.S. servicemen killed in the Vietnam War. It is one of the most popular memorials for those visiting the nation's capital, especially for Vietnam War veterans. (MCT file photo)
In this file photo a Marine and Vietnam veteran listens to a speaker during an event to honor military vets, active duty military, reserves, national guard and their families. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Summa Health has hired one of its former executives to lead it out of an ongoing crisis that has hurt its reputation, upended its relationships with hundreds of local physicians and is threatening to destroy its medical education program.