Secretary of the Army promotes military artwork

By Staff Sgt. Christina M. O'ConnellNovember 26, 2007

Secretary of the Army Pete Geren visits with U.S. Military Academy officers and cadets after unveiling military artifacts and artwork reflecting the Army values which he has displayed throughout his office, Oct. 31.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren shows U.S. Military Academy officers and cadets military artifacts and artwork he has displayed throughout his office, Oct. 31.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren presents a coin to a U.S. Military Academy officer during an office call, Oct. 31.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren takes a group photo with U.S. Military Academy officers and cadets after unveiling military artifacts and artwork reflecting the Army values which he has displayed throughout his office, Oct. 31.
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