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    Lt. Col. Peter Ogdan presents a gold star to Mitzi Goddard and her sister, Carol Buck, right, both of Portland, memorializing the death of their brother, Pfc. Jacob Buck Jr., who was killed in action Nov. 19, 1944. Gold and silver stars were presented to the widows, orphans and other family members of people killed or wounded in World War II, Korea and Vietmam. The ceremony was held at the Maine Military Museum in South Portland. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Ogdan presents a gold star to Carl B. Dunn from Illinois to memorialize Lt.j.g. Carl E. Boulter, missing in action June 11, 1943.

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    Anneliese Bonner, right, accepts a silver star from Ogdan in honor of her husband, Maj. Robert Bonner, who was wounded in action in Germany.

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    Ogdan presents a gold star to Lucien Lavaway, left, great-nephew of Roy Lucien whom he was named for, and his mother, Patricia Lavaway, niece to Roy Lucien, killed in World War II.

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