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The Secret Lives of Military Spouses
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The Secret Lives of Military Spouses

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The Secret Lives of Military Spouses

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The challenge of a military wife goes beyond loneliness, fear and single parenting. Author Tanya Biank talks about her book Under the Sabres: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives and says there are roles to play and rules to follow.

Guest:

Tanya Biank, author of Under the Sabres: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives; former reporter for The Fayetteville Observer; married to an army officer; former Army brat

Margaret Harrell, author of Invisible Women: Junior Enlisted Army Wives; senior social scientist at RAND; married to a retired Naval officer; former Army brat

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