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We Served Too (WS2) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to promoting the resilience, health, recognition, and well-being of civilians who served, or are currently serving, in conflict zones and high-threat environments. 

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  • As Afghan War Winds Down, Defense Contractors Face Layoffs, Pay Cuts (Stars and Stripes)


  • Al Qaeda Tries, Fails to Kidnap 2 US Embassy Staff in Yemen (CNN World)


  • Swedish Journalist Shot, Killed in Afghanistan as Risks to Media Rise (Stars and Stripes)


  • DynCorp International Recognizes Afghan Ministry of Defense Program Team Members with Chairman's Valor Award (Market Watch)
  • Honoring Civilian Service in Danger Zones by Anne Speckhard, Ph.D. (Huffington Post)

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  • Assessing Psycho-Social Resilience in Diplomatic Corp, Civilian & Military Personnel Serving in High threat Security Environment during Counter-Insurgency and Counter-Terrorism Operations in Iraq. (Perspectives on Terrorism)

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