Community Support

January 1999
Soldiers;Jan99, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p8
Looks back on the United States Army's civic action efforts in 1998. Disaster assistance efforts in the Gulf Coast, Puerto Rico and Honduras; Construction of a two-lane highway on Annette Island, Alaska, and a brick courtyard at Bonham Middle School in Temple, Texas; Participation in activities designed to improve educational achievement at Fort Bliss, Texas.


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