Helping those who care for wounded loved ones at Walter Reed
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Helping those who care for wounded loved ones at Walter Reed

The Yellow Ribbon Fund takes a group of caretakers out to a spa day. These women are helping their loved ones recover at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. (Madeline Marshall/The Washington Post)

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