Topic: Military Family
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Crossing the Line of Departure as a Woman in Special Operations
Jackie Munn and her husband quietly said their last goodbyes before she boarded the C-17 headed to Afghanistan and her Cultural Support Team assignment.
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My Father Died Over 60 Years Ago. I Feel That I‘m Just Now Meeting Him
His father served in World War II and remade his life, one that a son is finally discovering.
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The Two Hundred and Fiftieth—a Military Spouse Loses a Student to Gun Violence
Joanna Guldin-Noll, a fellow of the War Horse's 2018 Writing Seminar for Military Spouses, reflects on losing a student to gun violence as a former teacher.