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I read your coverage of the memorial service at Arlington. How is it that, in all of the news coverage announcing the death of Admiral Denton, the writers at WND are the few (if only) that put his life so accurately, and so comprehensively into words? I am left without words because I don't believe there are the right words to properly say thank you.
— Audra Russell