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Capt. Cherie R. Bolden, Secretary to the General Staff,

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Capt. Cherie R. Bolden, Secretary to the General Staff, 108th Training Command (IET), discusses lessons learned from the Vietnam conflict with members of the Junior Officer Association during a staff ride to the traveling “Wall That Heals” in Fort Mill, S.C. Approximately 8,000 people visited the memorial from Oct. 15-19. Eleven service members from Fort Mill died during the Vietnam conflict.

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19/10/2014
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