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- Col. Dr. Charles Hoge Director of the division of psychiatry and neuroscience at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
- Chaplain John Morris Chaplain for the Minnesota National Guard
- Craig Smith Served as a Specialist in Operation Iraqi Freedom from April to November 2003
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