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Dozens come out for 15th annual flag field at Kastman Park

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Dozens of families gathered today at the 15th annual American tribute flag field.

The yearly display is at Kastman park off the south loop and nashville.

The memorial honors those who died on 9/11, along with military service members and first responders.\

"I'm reminded on days like today that I'm proud of our country," said Lubbock resident Kraig Kern. "I'm proud that we've recovered,and that we have so many people in so many of the special services that put their life on the line every day. And it just makes me proud, you know, grateful for the country that I live in."

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