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Bringing Our Heroes Home, No Matter How Long It Takes

Part of the spirit, the culture and the values of the U.S. military is the creed that you don’t leave anyone behind—whether captured, injured or dead. The post Bringing Our Heroes Home, No Matter How Long It Takes appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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