The Military Coalition rallies at the National World War II Memorial in 2013 to demand an end to that year’s partial government shutdown. Now, the group is asking its coalition of 32 leading veterans and uniformed services organizations to line up against a Senate bill that would push the costs of some military benefits onto service members and veterans.
The Military Coalition rallies at the National World War II Memorial in 2013 to demand an end to that year’s partial government shutdown. Now, the group is asking its coalition of 32 leading veterans and uniformed services organizations to line up against a Senate bill that would push the costs of some military benefits onto service members and veterans. Carolyn Kaster AP file, 2013
The Military Coalition rallies at the National World War II Memorial in 2013 to demand an end to that year’s partial government shutdown. Now, the group is asking its coalition of 32 leading veterans and uniformed services organizations to line up against a Senate bill that would push the costs of some military benefits onto service members and veterans. Carolyn Kaster AP file, 2013

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