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The Miller family was able to get together Memorial Day. Clay and Bev Miller, pictured in the background, welcomed home their five sons, who adorned their uniforms for a photo at Fort Casey. From left to right are ABF2 Tim Miller, U.S. Navy; Stephen Miller, Oak Harbor High School NJROTC; FN Nate Miller, U.S. Coast Guard; Lance Cpl. Seth Miller, U.S. Marine Corps and Spc. Ben Miller, U.S. Army.  - --
The Miller family was able to get together Memorial Day. Clay and Bev Miller, pictured in the background, welcomed home their five sons, who adorned their uniforms for a photo at Fort Casey. From left to right are ABF2 Tim Miller, U.S. Navy; Stephen Miller, Oak Harbor High School NJROTC; FN Nate Miller, U.S. Coast Guard; Lance Cpl. Seth Miller, U.S. Marine Corps and Spc. Ben Miller, U.S. Army.
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The Miller family was able to get together Memorial Day. Clay and Bev Miller, pictured in the background, welcomed home their five sons, who adorned their uniforms for a photo at Fort Casey. From left to right are ABF2 Tim Miller, U.S. Navy; Stephen Miller, Oak Harbor High School NJROTC; FN Nate Miller, U.S. Coast Guard; Lance Cpl. Seth Miller, U.S. Marine Corps and Spc. Ben Miller, U.S. Army.

 

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