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[LIFE FRIDAY, MAY 29 - MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 71 DENY HO' HaS killed in action in traq while serving in ; who gave the ultimate sacrifice for fre h annual Concert for A Random Soldier k w, barbecue, raffles and T-shirts for sale des benefit Guitars for Vets. This is a corr ns and aid for the wounded. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO ETH PHOTO S~t, Philip Webb, retired, gave the keynote address at the ceremony May 25 at The Bandstand in Re- me Marine hoboth Beach. Webb talked about the loss of his soldiers who died in a Black Hawk downing. "None Jom. Theof my soldiers ever made it to Delaware. Except to arrive at Dover Air Force Base, draped in flag- ly 24. The covered caskets. They never saw or were able to enjoy the beautiful beaches. No one knew them 4th a new here in Delaware, but after today all of you in attendance and those who can hear my voicemail know 1unity day each and every one of them. We will never forget you, and we will never forget the fact that freedom is not free." ETH PHOTO how their ~icking up The Chad Clifton Foundattln presents the lOth annual Concert forCaENRYH~oWr~T~PIHdOTr which raises funds for Guit}als for vets. )) More photographs STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO Cape Henlopen High School trumpeter Evan Mallon plays "Taps" at the end of the ceremony at The Bandstand in Re- hoboth Beachl Civil Air Patrolman Airman First Class Zachary Harris delivers a wreath to The Bandstand in Rehoboth Beach. Escorting Harris is CPT David Morrow. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO be laid at the Veterans Memoria~ at 3OD PHOTO ays a fold- lactien. I~E~IY HOWETH PHOTO Ready for the sunny day at ~oncert for a Ran- dom Soldier are Anne Ma~i Gromis and her granddaughter Giannah Allen. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO Korean War veteran and Rehoboth Beach resident Louis Bunaud reverently bows his head in prayer at the benedic- tion at The Bandstand in Rehoboth. Tom Phillips, left, Post 2 financial officer, plays "Taps" while Sen. Brian Petty john, R-Georgetown, and post Commander Tom Jones look CHRIS FLOOD PHOTO A group of American Legion Riders stands in the back pavilion. of the American Legion Chris Flood photo Oak Orchard Riverdale Post 28