Veterans Day: Make It a Day All Veterans Can Celebrate (Updated)

November 2013
Moderate Voice;11/10/2013, p8
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The article offers information on the celebration of Veterans Day in the U.S. It states that former U.S. Marine Captain Timothy Kudo, a veteran who feels responsible for killing, although he did not personally kill anyone in of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. It further informs about former Army Reserve command sergeant major Randall Liberty is still grappling with PTSD after killing fields of Fallujah in Iraq.


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