Maha Witherington, right, greets people she had not seen in 20 years after the Nov. 13 remembrance ceremony honoring OPM-SANG employees who died during the 1995 terrorist bombing in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Witherington and her husband, Phillip, a civil engineer, were Army employees working in Riyadh at the time of the bombing. Witherington, who traveled from Washington, D.C. to Redstone Arsenal for the ceremony, is a congressional actions coordinator at the Pentagon and her husband has since returned to Riyadh for another tour with OPM-SANG. "We have so much dedication and devotion to this organization, even to the last breath," she said. "This is our family -- the OPM-SANG family," she said of the many employees who traveled from across the United States to attend the event.

Community remembers 1995 Riyadh bombing

More than a 150 friends, family and workers gathered at Redstone Arsenal Nov. 13 to remember the fallen and commemorate the anniversary of the 1995 bombing that took the lives of six Office of the Program Manager-Saudi Arabian National Guard......READ MORE



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