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Team TAPS has been leading runners along race courses from Washington, D.C., to Anchorage, Alaska, for 15 years..
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More» At last year’s National Military Suicide Survivor Seminar I looked around at a room filled with people I trust..
More» Thanksgiving 2005 was a quiet family affair. Capt. Tom Hanrahan and his wife, Kim, stayed home in their quarters on Fort Polk..
More» One day in the year marks a moment that binds us together as a family: Memorial Day.