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Cpl. Steve McCormeck, with Canadian Forces stationed at Elmendorf Air Force Base, stands sentry Tuesday at the graves of Canadian soldiers who died in Alaska during World War II. McCormeck was at Fort Richardson National Cemetery in Anchorage for a service to mark Canadian Remembrance Day. A marker for a mass grave site of 235 Japanese soldiers who died during the battle of Attu is in the foreground.