DENVER (AP) — Ceremonies marking Veterans Day are being held around Colorado.

Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver is hosting its annual ceremony honoring veterans on Friday.

Colorado State University is wrapping a week of events honoring veterans. The names of names of service members who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan will be read on Friday and students are being asked to observe a minute of silence at noon.

The University of Colorado will dedicate plaques honoring the fallen from Iraq and Afghanistan.

In Pueblo, a memorial to Vietnam veterans is being rededicated. Congressman Scott Tipton will attend and pay tribute to Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, the late Maj. William Edward Adams.

In Aurora, congressman Ed Perlmutter is hosting a screening of a documentary about nine Coloradans who fought in Iwo Jima.

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