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J.D. Fitzgerald/ Special to the Explorer, Flowers sit next to the commemorative plaque that names the 19 U.S. Marines killed in the Nighthawk 72 Osprey aircraft crash of April 8, 2000, at Marana Regional Airport. People gathered Saturday to remember those lost 10 years ago.
J.D. Fitzgerald/ Special to the Explorer, Veterans of Foreign Wars members hold up flags Saturday at the memorial of the Osprey crash that killed 19 Marines in Marana 10 years ago.
J.D. Fitzgerald/ Special to the Explorer, Mike Flynn, senior vice commandant of the Marana Nighthawk 72 Marine Corps League Detachment, opened a Saturday memorial service with kind words for the Marines who lost their lives April 8, 2000.
J.D. Fitzgerald/ Special to the Explorer, Tom Duke of Tempe places a rose on the plaque for Nighthawk 72 crash victims at Marana Regional Airport. A Saturday service marked the 10th anniversary of the crash that claimed 19 Marines.