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A copy shop has walls of photos of veterans going back to WW I.

Restaurants In Yountsville celevrated Veterans Day by bringing full-course gourmet lunches to Veterans at the Veterans Home. Yountsville's four best restaurants participated.

In Battle Creek, Michigan, Veterans Day ceremonies honored Kieth Little, who served in WW II as a Code Talker - one of 200 Navahos who sent radio messages in battle, more secure than any modern-day encryption.

Some Christmas decorations in Fayetteville.

Bill Everling, a Vietnam War-era veteran, was the spitting image of St. Nick as he sat in his red suit with his real white beard.

After a 6-month tour in the Middle East, the Nimitz is back in Coronado (the Navy port in San Diego) with its crew of 5300.