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Bataan Death March survivor Ken Porwoll (left) and John Quinlen, son of Clinton

‘Sentimental experience’

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On a gray, misty Saturday morning soldiers and civilians gathered at the Brainerd Armory to remember those who sacrificed and those who survived. 

Sixty-nine years after the fall of Bataan, the men who gave their lives during World War II in the death march and while as POWs have never been forgotten in the community they called home. 

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