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Call for Examples of Small and Mid-Sized City Leadership on Children, Youth and Families
Veterans of the U.S. armed forces are returning home in droves. Combat troops are withdrawing from Iraq and Afghanistan, and there are proposed reductions in personnel at overseas posts in Germany, among other places. For America’s cities and towns this trend represents both an opportunity and a challenge. Fortunately, the nation’s collective attention is focusing on the sacrifices and dedication of those who wear the uniform of the military services and their families.
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