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Brothers in arms helping troubled vets

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At the state Military Museum in the old armory in Saratoga Springs, there’s a room behind all the war exhibits big enough to hold a ceremony or maybe show a movie. Saratoga County used it last week to publicly launch a new program to help troubled military veterans deal with their private demons. Local politicians and even a former U.S. undersecretary of veterans affairs praised the Pfc. Joseph P. Dwyer Peer-to-Peer Counseling Program, while the ...


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