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Hershel Woody Williams Medal of Honor Foundation to Dedicate Memorial Monument to Gold Star Families  

Gold Star Families Memorial Monument to be established at Hershel Woody Williams Armed Forces Reserve Center- Fairmont, WV.

 FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Medal of Honor recipient Hershel "Woody" Williams and the Hershel Woody Williams Medal of Honor

Foundation in collaboration with United Parcel Service (UPS) will dedicate the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument-

Fairmont, WV at the Hershel Woody Williams Armed Forces Reserve Center.  Senator Joe Manchin along with Gold Star Families

from West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio will participate in a ceremony on December 5th at 2:00 p.m. and unveil the Gold

Star Families Memorial Monument (GSFMM) at approximately 2:30 p.m.The GSFMM is a tribute to families who have lost a loved

one in the military service of our country.
This GSFMM pays tribute to those Gold Star Families left behind, the families who have lost a loved one in the military.  West

Virginians have always answered the call for help-whether here at home or halfway around the world.  The GSFMM reminds us

of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to always honor their families-the mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, sisters,

brothers and all relatives. 
"West Virginia is known to have the most patriots per capita serving America, and lost more of her loved ones per capita in the Armed Forces than any other state," said Medal of Honor recipient Hershel "Woody" Williams. "The dedication of the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument to those who gave one or more of their loved ones is long overdue, and it says to all those who suffered that loss, We have not forgotten. We will remember."
Established in 2012, Hershel Woody Williams Medal of Honor Foundation is a charitable 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization that pursues specific endeavors and goals through the vision of Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel "Woody" Williams.  The Foundation encourages, with the assistance of the American public and community leaders, establishing permanent Gold Star Family Memorial Monuments in their communities throughout our country.  Its purpose is to honor Gold Star Families who have sacrificed a loved one in the service of their country.
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Bust Renewing Calls for "One-Gun-a Month' Limit in VA

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The shutdown of a gun ring supplied with more than 200 guns bought in Virginia for resale in New York City has reinvigorated calls for a state law that limits handgun purchases to one per month.

Proponents wanting to restore a so-called “one-gun-a-month” measure in Virginia say it would stifle the flow of guns from the state to crime scenes elsewhere, and that a law repealed in 2012 after nearly 20 years on the books did just that.

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NEW YORK (AP) — The swift conviction Monday of a New Jersey man in a mostly botched bombing mission in Manhattan last summer was labeled a victory against terrorism by law enforcement officials, but they urged continued vigilance.

"It's very obvious that this city remains a target," said William F. Sweeney Jr., head of the city's FBI office, at a news conference outside Manhattan federal court after a jury that deliberated about four hours over parts of two days convicted Ahmad Khan Rahimi of all eight charges against him.

Sweeney credited hundreds of law enforcement officers in New Jersey and New York for an airtight case against the 29-year-old Afghanistan-born Rahimi. Evidence at his two-week trial showed he had set off a pipe bomb along a Marine Corps charity race in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, as a morning prelude to the Sept. 17, 2016, evening bombing in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood that injured 30 people...

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