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Three times Ruth Bader Ginsburg championed equal rights for troops

Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Ginsburg has long been an advocate for equal rights for women, LGBTQ individuals – including service members.
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On the 19th Anniversary of 9/11, a Military Working Dog and His Marine Handler Were Reunited

A military working dog and his Marine Corps veteran handler were reunited by American Humane on the 19th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Nation's Oldest Known WWII Vet Turns 111

America’s oldest known living World War II veteran turned 111 years old on Sept. 12. Lawrence Brooks served as a support worker in the predominantly Black American 91st Engineer Battalion and reached the rank of private first class.
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Arlington National Cemetery Announces Limited Re-Opening to the Public

Arlington National Cemetery has re-opened to the public for gravesite visitations only. The historic place announced the times and dates when people could visit.
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Tuskegee Airman James Cotten Dies at 93

A member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen has died. James A. Cotten died on Aug. 14, according to the New Jersey Globe. He was 93. Read more details on RADIO.COM.
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Senators Push USPS Leader for Answers on Mail Delays

Capitol Hill lawmakers on Friday confronted U.S. Postal Service Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on reported delays in USPS service, which has recently raised public concerns.
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VA, Elizabeth Dole Foundation Team Up to Provide Respite Care for Military Caregivers

The VA has partnered with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation to launch a new program giving family caregivers access to no-cost, short-term aid to help those caring for wounded, ill or injured veterans or service members in their homes during COVID-19.
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Remarkable Women Warriors to Honor This Memorial Day

Women veterans are the fastest-growing segment of the veteran population and have been serving in the Armed Forces since the Civil War. Here are several women warriors that we can honor this Memorial Day.
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Lawmakers Call for VA to Lift Restrictions at National Cemeteries for Memorial Day

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are urging the Department of Veterans Affairs to lift pandemic-related restrictions at national cemeteries for Memorial Day.
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Who Needs a Cookout? 12 Food Deals and Freebies for Memorial Day 2020

Many restaurants are showing their appreciation for the military with deals for vets, as well as some for everyone to partake in over the long weekend.
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