• By Ian Shapira The Washington Post
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First Lt. Matthew Greene stood before the open casket that held the body of his warrior father, the man who’d long been Matt’s inspiration. Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, 55, was laid out at a Virginia funeral home in a full Army service uniform: a dark blue jacket and navy blue pants with two gol…

First Lt. Matthew Greene stood before the open casket that held the body of his warrior father, the man who’d long been Matt’s inspiration. Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, 55, was laid out at a Virginia funeral home in a full Army service uniform: a dark blue jacket and navy blue pants with two gol…

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