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Idaho wants to identify veterans monuments, memorials

Sgt. 1st Class Brian Strub salutes one of 13 fallen soldiers named at the dedication of the 116th Cavalry Brigade Fallen Soldier Memorial Friday, May 19, 2017, at Gowen Field in Boise. The monument honors those who died in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom III and Operation New Dawn, two of the state’s largest deployments in its history. (Darin Oswald / Idaho Statesman via AP)
Sgt. 1st Class Brian Strub salutes one of 13 fallen soldiers named at the dedication of the 116th Cavalry Brigade Fallen Soldier Memorial Friday, May 19, 2017, at Gowen Field in Boise. The monument honors those who died in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom III and Operation New Dawn, two of the state’s largest deployments in its history. (Darin Oswald / Idaho Statesman via AP)
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BOISE – Idaho is trying to identify all the monuments and memorials to the military and veterans in the state.

Idaho Gov. Butch Otter announced on Tuesday the plan that is seeking help from the public and veterans’ service organizations to collect photos and stories regarding memorials throughout the state.

The public can participate by posting information online at a website called historypin.

Otter says the project is a way to celebrate the local tributes to patriotism and valor.

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