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Download full resolution image Members of the Joint Forces Headquarters staff got together to collect donations for a domestic violence shelter to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

DMNA Staff Mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month

LATHAM-- Members of the Joint Forces Headquarters staff got together to collect donations for a domestic violence shelter to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Wednesday, Oct. 17. They wore purple to mark the event. Soldiers, Airmen and civilians assigned to the Division of Military and Naval Affairs donated cash and canned goods for the cause.

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