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Nearly half of the 26 victims of the church shooting in tiny Sutherland Springs, Texas had ties to the Air Force.

On Veterans Day, town residents gave a full military salute at the town community center to remember the victims with military ties, Casey Stegall reported from the town.

A gunman opened fire at First Baptist Church last Sunday, injuring or killing almost everyone inside, including 8 children who died.

A Catholic youth group and their priest traveled to the town to pray and honor the dead, and many strangers could be seen dropping off cards and flowers.

More funerals for the dead are planned for tomorrow, and the church service tomorrow will be held at a temporary location one week after the tragedy.

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