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Anne Fabrizio has many titles, including doctor & military spouse. Here’s how she balances the demands of her surgical career and marriage to a Navy chief.
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The Vietnam Wall has shifted from a place that heals to a place that educates. A new center is set to expand that mantra and bring faces to The Wall’s names.
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U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran, Keith W. Smith, from Cherokee, Okla., reflects on his Vietnam War experience and coping with his transition in the years since.
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Find out how American’s Memorial Day tradition began and how you can keep it alive by honoring our nation’s fallen service members this year.
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National Guard Bureau Chief Gen. Frank J. Grass talks about the service’s future while visiting the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
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