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- Barbara Van Dahlen Founder and president of "Give an Hour," a non-profit organization which provides mental health care services to veterans and their families affected by the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; clinical psychologist
- Sydney Freedberg Staff correspondent, "National Journal"
- Jason Forrester Director of policy, Veterans for America, a non-partisan organization working to rebuild the military by ensuring the troops are given the care their sacrifice merits
- Dr. Stephen Xenakis Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Ret.), consultant to the Department of Defense.
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