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  • Group of people at a reception. (Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Luxembourg)

    Purple Heart Hill Movie Screening

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    Alumni Reception

  • Ambassador Mandell, Luxembourg State Secretary of Defense Francine Closener and the British, German and French Ambassadors took part in the commemorative event for the 70th anniversary of the first patrol from the 85th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron/5th. (State Dept.)

    WWII 70th Anniversary Commemoration in Putscheid - Stolzembourg

  • President Obama speaks into a microphone at podium. (Photo by White House)

    From the White House

  • Secretary John Kerry (Photo credit: State Dept.)

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