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Flags of Our Fathers

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Flags of Our Fathers concerns the lives of the three US servicemen: Marine Private First Class Ira Hayes, Private First Class Rene Gagnon, and Navy Corpsman John 'Doc' Bradley, who are in the famous picture of soldiers raising the American flag over Iwo Jima during that historic WWII battle.
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