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Memorial Day 2011, Killeen, TX (artwork)

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Memorial Day Weekend 2011
Killeen, TX
Artwork by Aaron Hughes


Operation Recovery Fort Hood Organizing Team prepares to go on to Fort Hood to deliver a letter to General Campbell at III Corps in order to request a meeting with General Campbell and inform him that he would be held accountable for the deployment of traumatized troops and the abuse of service members' and veterans' right to heal.


Fort Hood veteran and conscientious objector Kyle Wesolowski reads a letter to General Campbell at the Operation Recovery guard tower, erected to put General Campbell on watch for the deployment of traumatized troops and demand service members' and veterans' right to heal. IVAW members stood watch throughout Memorial Day weekend to ensure that General Campbell knew he would be held accountable for the abuse of service members.


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