When Sergeant Major Henney Hodgkins returned home, she thought she might have a little time for R&R. But, like most of us, she found that time was all too fleeting. Since being back, she has graduated with a dual master’s degree, celebrated her 18-year-old daughter Nicole’s high school graduation, bought a new house, changed formations and joined a new battalion. “I’m adjusting well, but I’m busier than I thought I’d be,” says Hodgkins, joking. The 19-year Army vet says she intends to take time this Fourth of July to enjoy her family and remember the soldiers who never made it back.