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  • 1. North Carolina's Military Heritage Is Spread Across the State by Wright, Renee
     
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    North Carolina, the nation's most military friendly state, is home to some of the largest and best-known military bases, including Camp Lejeune, Fort Bragg, and Seymour-Johnson Air Base. Tourists are drawn to the state to visit military-related sites that include memorials, museums, restored aircraft, and a battleship. The Duplin County Veterans Museum recognizes men and women from that area who served in the military. A number of memorials on the grounds of the state Capitol in Raleigh honor soldiers who served in many wars. Fayetteville features the Airborne & Special Operations Museum, a $22.5 million, 59,000-square-foot building. The battleship NORTH CAROLINA, moored in Wilmington, honors the 10,000 North Carolinians who died in World War II.
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    North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 63 Issue 12, Dec 2005, p23-24, il
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