Juliene Crisostomo, an Air Force an Air Force humvee gunner in Iraq and a Department of Veterans Affairs analyst, looks over a veterans website with her mother Irma Crisostomo, who also served in the military as an Army specialist 4, at the California Department of Veterans Affairs offices in Sacramento on Thursday.
Juliene Crisostomo, an Air Force an Air Force humvee gunner in Iraq and a Department of Veterans Affairs analyst, looks over a veterans website with her mother Irma Crisostomo, who also served in the military as an Army specialist 4, at the California Department of Veterans Affairs offices in Sacramento on Thursday. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Juliene Crisostomo, an Air Force an Air Force humvee gunner in Iraq and a Department of Veterans Affairs analyst, looks over a veterans website with her mother Irma Crisostomo, who also served in the military as an Army specialist 4, at the California Department of Veterans Affairs offices in Sacramento on Thursday. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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