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Thank you for the hint of things to come ("DOD works to close generation gap").

It is good news that our Washington, D.C., officials recognize the necessity of bridging the working generation gaps. Further, U.S. citizens tend to be culturally arrogant and ignorant with regard to our own country. The culture in Northern California is different than Texas, Missouri, Georgia and New York. Compare that geographical difference to Europe and you've spanned dozens of countries.

Just because we are all living in the good ol' United States does not necessary mean we are speaking the same "language." Thanks again for the article.

Samantha Thomas
Sacramento, Calif.

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