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Vet wants to share award with fallen comrade

As former Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts receives a Medal of Honor, a Seattle-area woman will be at the White House with him, at his invitation. Her son was killed in the battle for which Pitts is being recognized, and Pitts says the soldier helped save his life.



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