A Happy Mother's Day to our Active Duty Military Moms

May 2013
Moderate Voice;5/10/2013, p2
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The article focuses on Sarah J. Campbell, Illinois Army National Guard sergeant, who was away from her children due to deployment to Kuwait. It states that she tried her best to stay in touch with her children but missed their academic and physical growth. Campbell mentions that the deployment helped her to reevaluate her priorities. Campbell highlights that being a mother helps her to look after others.


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