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MY BROTHERS’ KEEPER: Committing to the Next Generation
VVA’s founding principle is “Never again will one generation of veterans abandon another.” This principle is made tangible by those who reach out to help the generations of veterans that preceded and followed Vietnam veterans. This issue highlights the work of two such men--one an Army veteran, the other a veteran of the Air Force. [on the cover]


A QUEST FOR RECOGNITIONEVERY DAWG HAS HIS DAY: The Feed The Dawgs Project John Hemp was a dog handler with the Air Force in Vietnam; today he reaches out to a younger generation of military dog handlers with the Dawgs Project.


A QUEST FOR RECOGNITIONQUIET BRAVERY & FOCUSED EFFORT: The Pioneering Career Of Ken Gray After serving as a captain in the Army’s Judge Advocate General Corps at Da Nang, Ken Gray accepted a challenge to develop a program that would attract minorities and women to the JAGC; after retirement, he returned to his alma mater as director of student affairs.

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