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Military Weekend: The Week That Was

During the past ten days or so, our active duty, reserve and National Guard military have once again shown their dedication, mettle, compassion and, often, heroism helping with search, rescue and recovery activities during and after Hurricane Harvey. Here are some images: An aerial view shows extensive flooding from Harvey in a residential area in [...] The post Military Weekend: The Week That Was appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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