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NEWS | Feb. 2, 2015

Double Eagle - 02.02.2015

COVER STORY: Matthew Wilson, Army Reserve Family Programs executive officer, checks the new interactive AFRP website in his office at U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters Jan, 26, 2015. The new site includes several new features that makes the site a user friendly tool for Soldiers and families. (Photo by Brian Godette/U.S. Army Reserve Command)

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