Military Matters
The final resting place for a memorial to 40 U.S. soldiers killed in a World War II air crash remains in limbo, as the Army recently rejected proposals to place the granite stone at Arlington National Cemetery or nearby Fort Myer.
For Guardian of History, the End of an Era (Post, December 6, 2007, Page VA24)
For World War II Division, Reunion Is a Bittersweet End (Post, November 18, 2007, Page PW03)
Years Later, Unearthing Answers to Submarine's Loss (Post, October 18, 2007, Page T18)
The Attack Recounted, By Those Who Were There (Post, September 27, 2007, Page AA05)
Once Again, a Determined Push for a Tough Objective (Post, September 6, 2007, Page T08)
Getting to the Heart of a Medical Mission (By Steve Vogel, August 16, 2007, Page T15)
With Mom's Help, Soldier Takes Hands-On Approach to Conflict (Post, August 2, 2007, Page T11)
Finally, Public Honors for a Long-Secret Victory (Post, July 19, 2007, Page LZ11)
Film Comes to the Defense of Embattled School (Post, July 5, 2007, Page T11)
Deploying Soldiers: 'We Have a Mission' (Post, June 10, 2007, Page PW03)
Teenager Makes Soldiers' Care His Mission (Post, May 17, 2007, Page T09)
At Dulles, a Long-Awaited Welcome Center (Post, May 3, 2007, Page VA05)
A Deathbed Stance in Defense of Walter Reed (Post, April 19, 2007, Page T05)

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