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Valceanu, John
February 2000
Soldiers;Feb2000, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p33
Presents update on the United States Department of Defense as of February 2000. Number of Medal of Honor recipients who attended the dedication of the Medal of Honor Memorial at Riverside National Cemetery on November 1999; Description on the sensors installed at a hospital built by the US Army Corps of Engineers in Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska; Soldiers that joined sailors at the Naval Construction Battalion Center for an exercise training in Port Hueneme, California.


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