Marine pays respects to YANKY 72

A former Marine Raider, who is making his way across the country on bicycle, made sure that the YANKY 72 monument in Itta Bena was on his list of stops. Aaron Vanderbeck is on a mission to raise awareness of three Marine Raiders he feels were unjustly charged with manslaughter.

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