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Photos: Monument to military helicopter crash on Antelope Island rededicated

Published: Saturday, July 4 2015 6:58 p.m. MDT

Members of the color guard prepare to enter as VFW State Chaplain Norman Nelson speaks during the memorial service and dedication of a monument honoring 12 Army Rangers and Air Force special operations troops who were killed in a helicopter crash during training near Antelope Island 20 years ago, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News) Members of the color guard prepare to enter as VFW State Chaplain Norman Nelson speaks during the memorial service and dedication of a monument honoring 12 Army Rangers and Air Force special operations troops who were killed in a helicopter crash during training near Antelope Island 20 years ago, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News)

ANTELOPE ISLAND STATE PARK — A memorial service and rededication of a monument were held Saturday, honoring 12 Army Rangers and Air Force special operations troops who were killed in a helicopter crash during training near Antelope Island 20 years ago.

Monday is the anniversary of the accident.

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