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A three-year-long campaign to honor the memory of 14 special servicemembers came to a triumphant end on Oct. 24as hundreds gathered atop Arlington National Cemetery's Chaplains Hill to dedicate a new Jewish Chaplains Memorial.
Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., speaks during the memorial dedication ceremony for the 14 Jewish chaplains who have died in service.
Jewish and veterans' groups dedicated a memorial to U.S. Jewish chaplains who died in service.
Today, the White House is announcing steps to help veterans find work. This is an important objective. That’s why the House has already acted to lend a hand to the men and women who served as they return to civilian life.
On a bitter winter night in 1943, four Army chaplains stood on the deck of the torpedoed and foundering USAT Dorchester while hundreds of American soldiers around them prepared to slip into the icy depths of the North Atlantic.