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Lt. Dunscomb was one of only five Americans on patrol the night of 26 Aug. 1776 at Jamaica Pass, through which the British army poured after their capture. This pincer movement allowed the British to take the day at Long Island.
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Revolutionary War Pensions
Source: The National Archives
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Traditionally, the third fold in a flag-folding ceremony honors and remembers veterans for their sacrifice in defending their country and promoting peace in the world.