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Poll: What Are Your Veterans Day Weekend Plans?

Veterans Day on Monday (Nov. 11) will celebrate the servicemen and women who currently or previously served in the United States Armed Forces.

The federal holiday means many people will have a long weekend, meaning more time to relax at home, check out local events or get away.

Whether you’re hopping on a plane, speeding away in a train, hitting the roads or staying local, Tysons Reporter wants to know what your weekend travel plans are.

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