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Top Army spokesperson suspended after abysmal climate survey

Brig. Gen. Amy E. Johnston’s suspension came in the wake of a command climate survey that revealed alarming conditions at OCPA.

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Buffalo Soldiers monument unveiled at West Point

The US Military Academy unveiled a life-sized bronze statue of a Buffalo Soldier.

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Patriot Day

Remembering September 11, 2001

That day fundamentally changed our nation and our Army for the better. We now observe Patriot Day annually on September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance for the thousands of lives lost in the 9/11 attacks.

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Pentagon quilts, Army memorial continue to pay homage to 9/11 victims

While numerous people visit the 9/11 memorials each year, a far less amount gain access to the Pentagon to view a unique tribute — a series of 40 commemorative quilts donated by children, civilians, churches, companies, and artists.

Among the Pentagon Quilts display is “The Stars of Liberty Quilt,” previously donated by the Black Forest Quilt Guild, a group Murtha and more than 70 German and Americans participated in while overseas.

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