Posts made in May, 2016


There is overwhelming joy and euphoria associated with a soldier finally coming home or a sailor returning аftеr a long cruise ѕреnt іn а соmbаt zоnе. The homecoming is very special if they served on the front lines, in theses theatres of war and saw action. This happiness and joy eventually crumbles and gives way to stress and depression for many returning veterans. Some of the stress is just simply from changing their routine from...

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Remington Raider

Remington Raider


Posted By on May 31, 2016

It’s May, and on Memorial Day we will pay tribute to those military members who died in service to this Nation. It’s also my anniversary month in the Air Force, and by the end of it, I will have served 29 years. A long career serving, but not “heroic” in any way; however, between the holiday and my anniversary date, I’m reminded of a lesson I learned a long time ago that I would like to share with those Veterans who continue to serve...

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Forgotten Heroes

Forgotten Heroes


Posted By on May 31, 2016

Why are they Forgotten Hero’s? Maybe they are not forgotten. Many people have no idea what a Merchant Marine’s job is all about. Throughout America’s growth this profession has provided the materials that have helped America develop into a mighty nation. Why should this profession be considered heroes? It is time to tell their story. This profession has gone by several descriptions over the years like merchant marines, merchant...

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Everyone who puts on a uniform in defense of our nation needs to be honored for their service. You give up years of your life for our nation’s defense and should be honored for sharing your valuable time for America. Currently you now have to volunteer to join our military but not long ago young men were drafted into the service of our country. There was a movie and television show called M.A.S.H which is short for Mobile Army...

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Just Us Women

Just Us Women


Posted By on May 31, 2016

Women, horses and healing: Veterans find therapy at retreat “It was just us women,” said Brown, herself an Air Force Veteran. “They have this massive log cabin where we stayed. We’d meet every evening in the Big Room to talk about the day’s events. One night it was a little chilly so we had a fire going in the fireplace. We sat around sharing stories, telling jokes, laughing. Everybody was so happy, and seeing them happy made me...

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