American Indian veterans push for recognition in Washington
Published 05/27/2013, Associated Press
Since before World War II and in the decades since, tens of thousands of American Indians have enlisted in the Armed Forces to serve their country at a rate much greater than any other ethnicity. Yet, among all the monuments and statutes along the National Mall in Washington, D.C., not one stands in recognition.Word count: 664
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