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VFW Auxillary Post 992 member Martha Logan glances back through the back window of her bright yellow 1931 Model A Ford late Monday morning, May 2, 2011 in Walla Walla, Wash. as she looks for her husband, driver and 85-year-old WW II veteran Buzz Logan. The Logans were waiting for the start of Monday's parade through downtown Walla Walla to mark the announced death of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden. "I only take her (the 1931 Ford) out for the yearly Veterans Day Parade," commented Buzz Logan, also a VFW Post 992 member. He added, "And for special occasions - like this." May 2, 2011

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A SPECIAL OCCASION

VFW Auxillary Post 992 member Martha Logan glances back through the back window of her bright yellow 1931 Model A Ford late Monday morning, May 2, 2011 in Walla Walla, Wash. as she looks for her husband, driver and 85-year-old WW II veteran Buzz Logan. The Logans were waiting for the start of Monday's parade through downtown Walla Walla to mark the announced death of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden. "I only take her (the 1931 Ford) out for the yearly Veterans Day Parade," commented Buzz Logan, also a VFW Post 992 member. He added, "And for special occasions - like this."

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