April 2013
Army History;Spring2013, Issue 87, p3
In this article, the author reflects on the activities of the U.S. Army community since 2012. He mentions that during this, the community totally focused on providing historical support to military operations in theater. He notes that several new exhibits are being developed in the Pentagon one of which is the "Wounded Warrior Corridor" that will feature an exhibit focused on the U.S. Military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.


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