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We all know that the armed forces are a huge presence in South Carolina. From soldiers entering basic training at Fort Jackson to long retired veterans visiting Dorn VA Medical Center, members of the military in all stages of service are spread throughout our state. While we all know and honor the physical, mental, and emotional sacrifices members of the military and their families make, many of us are unaware of a hidden enemy that many of those in uniform and their loved ones face: hunger.

Walmart spoke with Mary Louise Resch, a veteran, and the Grants and Government Relations Manager at Harvest Hope Food Bank about some of the unexpected struggles members of the military community face, and what Harvest Hope and Walmart are doing to alleviate those problems.

See the full story at Walmart Today.

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