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9/11 Memorial
9/11 Memorial Visit: The Murmur of Millions
by Commander Byron Alexander
United States Navy
Pool Table with racked pool balls
A Lot of Green to Cover
by Lieutenant Commander David Baughier
United States Navy
Picture of coastal community
by Lieutenant Commander Christina Laughlin
United States Navy
Picture of wedding ceremony
by Major Randy Linnemann
United States Army
Picture of two stick figures: man is draped in camouflage and woman is draped in American flag
Just a Spouse
by Jennifer Luebbert
United States Army
Picture of starting line of boston marathon
A Long Journey to the Finish Line
by Captain Carrie McGee
United States Navy
Sign states: “Join the math club, we have pie” Pie is symbolized as the mathematical 3.14
Wearing Striped Trousers in the Land of Uniforms
by Andrew Mitchell
United States State Department
Picture of individual with prosthetic legs

Fade to Black

by Major Donald Neal
United States Army
Picture of slow moving river
Eulogy for My Fatherr
Lieutenant Commander Phil Pabellon
United States Coast Guard
Picture of American soldier talking with Arabic Civilian
by Major Edwin Ruckwardt
United States Air Force
Picture of statue: Statue is a man sitting with an opened briefcase on his lap
“Double Check”
by Lieutenant Commander Ethan Rule
United States Navy
Picture of married couple walking through sabre arch
by Captain Thomas J. Spolizino
United States Army

“Original research on all questions relating to war and
statesmanship connected with war or the prevention of war…”
- Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce, U.S. Navy
 Founder and First President of the U.S. Naval War College (1884-1886)
 From an address to the Naval War College, June 2, 1903

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