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The Price of War
Of all these men and women who so valiantly served our country and fought to the teeth for it, and died for it, just as many of those brave men and women survived and live to this day, and we all know at least one of them. To my heroes, our Veterans, I owe everything, and I thank you.~ Jeremy Klawer
The New VA dot GOV
Overall, I like the new US Department of Veterans Affairs website. The appearance is clean, young, vital, and energetic without being overwhelmingly bureaucratic or formidable.
The Mary E. Walker House
The Mary E. Walker House is a residential transitional facility to provide help and support for our women veterans. The key point here is the veteran must make a personal commitment to take charge of her own life. Here's a chance for you to help, too.
The Flag Ceremony
The Flag Ceremony is one of the most moving components of a military funeral. Its silence, its reverence, its precision is so symbolic of the life of a soldier.
The Few, the Brave, the Homeless
They are not someone else’s son or daughter, they are not fellow soldiers tortured beyond sanity by the things they have experienced, they are not actually “us”, they are “them” – the homeless.
The Establishment of Women into the US Military
Six years from Women's Army Auxilliary Corps to the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act, and a short thirty years until a gender-unified military: a phenomenally brief time in the span of human history.
The Veterans Newsletter
Sign up to receive the Veterans Newsletter by email. No mess, no spam, no 'please buy this' nonsense. I will post a question of the week, a favorite military saying or anecdote, and links to my newest featured article.
Show Your Support on Veterans’ Day
Little things. Simple things. Things which could easily become a part of your every day life. Here are twenty little things you can do which will show our Veterans your support.
Third in a series of articles written by Critical Thinking Skills students at Jewett School of the Arts. The question they answer is – Does military experience help or hinder a president or presidential candidate? This one looks at Rick Perry.
Review – Win Over PTSD
“When you live with someone with PTSD, you must learn to strike a balance between being a saint (and a doormat) or becoming a drill instructor. Many days you will feel like you are walking a tightrope. Unfortunately, it’s the nature of the beast, and you are not alone!” Charlene Rubush
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