Thanking Wounded Warriors

Photo By Janet Manko

MILLERTON — Wouldn’t any American want to find a way to help and support wounded U.S. soldiers who return home from overseas? But what might not be clear (at least to anyone unaffiliated with the military) is the best way to do it.

Fortunately, there are many veterans and citizens groups around the country finding ways, large and small, to make a difference in the lives of these injured men and women known as the Wounded Warriors.

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