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Mr. Zall's May 21 column, "Equal raises for all," was a slap in the face of all military personnel, past and present. Your choosing to publish it a week before Memorial Day is unconscionable.

Michael J. Novak
Internal Revenue Service

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So why doesn't Ann Burleson join the military? [Letter to the Editor: Military comes out ahead in pay.] I served for 20 years in the active-duty force, and I know that the entire military workforce — including the federal civilians and those in uniform — are underpaid. I am now employed with a Defense contractor.

Name withheld upon request

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