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Gov. Robert Bentley shares Veterans Day video tribute

Gov. Robert Bentley (Source: YouTube) Gov. Robert Bentley (Source: YouTube)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley, who is abroad on an economic trip to Japan, issued a Veterans Day video tribute Monday thanking and recognizing all thos who have served and sacrificed in service to their country.

"Our men and woman bravely upt themselves in harm's way," the governor said. "We are inspired by their dedication. We are encouraged by their bravery. We are thankful for how they serve our country with dignity and honor."

The governor's full video can be seen below, or if viewing this story on a mobile device at this link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zMpQkjIn5Q

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