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Memorial Day observations in Juneau see hundreds pay tribute to those who serve and persevere
Juneau lawmaker’s bill giving disabled vets lifetime trapping licenses is first to pass floor vote.
Millions of acres are available for Vietnam-era Alaska Native veterans, but many in Southeast don’t want it
‘We want Southeast Alaska.’
Gov. Dunleavy, local veterans among those paying tribute on 80th anniversary of ship’s sinking
“I did not want to kill people,” said Mike Wong, one of the speakers at the event.
Three events took place in the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
Sunny Memorial Monday.
The five landless communities and Vietnam veterans were left landless by the act.
The program gives veterans with a high need of care more control over their own affairs.
A walk across the bridge with good conversation is a little easier than 22km with a packed ruck.
From the Alaska Territorial Guard to today’s servicemembers, the Southeast has a legacy of service.
Hundreds gather for ceremony.
Veteran lands available, DOI says.
Many gathered at Evergreen Cemetery to honor America’s war dead.
They decry the spectacle they say Veterans Day has become.
The program will be VA backed and veteran-led and informed.
More than 81,900 Americans never returned from our many wars.
Police are investigating the burglary, which includes items from the post’s USS Juneau memorial
The research may help to save more veterans in the future.
Young vets who are raising kids don’t have the time.