Suggest Questions For A Veteran Veterans' Day is Nov. 11, and we'll be speaking to Maj. James Richards of the 44th Medical Command in Baghdad. The 60-year-old commander retired from the Army in 1993, but volunteered to return to the military in May. Suggest your questions for Richards and his wife Angela on our Soapbox blog.
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LIANE HANSEN, host:

Veterans Day is coming up, and Weekend Edition will be speaking to Major James Richards with the 44th Medical Command in Baghdad. The 60-year-old commander actually retired from the Army in 1993, but he volunteered to return to the military in May to serve his country again. We're inviting you to suggest questions for Major Richards. Go to our blog, npr.org/soapbox.

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