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The Global War on Terror isn’t over yet, but some veterans think now is a good time to start planning a memorial to those who have served in it.
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Photo: A U.S. Navy Sailor thanks Charles Gray for his military service as he heads to the World War II Memorial. Courtesy Photo

Gray Charles, a World War II veteran and Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, is accompanied by his sons a Honor Flight to visited the World War II Memorial.
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Worth a Thousand Words: Joint Services Make a Difference Day
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The Thursday before Memorial Day of this year, a colleague and I traveled down to the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. to try and talk with some WWII veterans about their time in service. We were fortunate enough …
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