Great Lakes Councils Lend Support To Returning Warrior Workshops

Atkinson, Peter
September 2008
Sea Power;Sep2008, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p62
The article provides information about the effort of the Navy League in Great Lakes Region Councils that joined the "support a Navy Reserve" initiative, which is aimed at re-acclimating and re-integrating reservist back to civilian life from rendering military service in Iraq, Afghanistan, or elsewhere. It notes that the councils in different states have volunteered to partner with the Navy Region Midwest Reserve Component Command headed by commander Michael J. Foster.


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