Veterans organizations have dwindled in size, and some have even disbanded because those who served during the Vietnam and Gulf wars, along with the war on terror in Iraq and Afghan-istan, are reluctant to join.
The problem facing veterans organizations is that their membership tends to be dominated by people who served during World War II and the Korean War. Membership dwindles as members pass away.
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