The war on terror has created a lot of military widows in the U.S. since it began in 2001. But it can be difficult for grieving wives to connect with people who understand what they’re going through. An organization that was founded in Alaska more than a decade ago helps bridge the gap. TAPS- or Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors held a widows retreat in Girdwood and Anchorage last week.
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