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PRESS RELEASE: Veterans group launches seven-figure education effort on the real impact of America’s alliances
Concerned Veterans for America Foundation launches campaign to discuss how U.S. alliance commitments play in Americans' lives and future of country ARLINGTON, Va.—Concerned Veterans for America Foundation (CVAF) on Tuesday announced the launch of a multi-year,...