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Gentle Reminder - War Is Hell.|
Posted by westerling on Monday, December 03, 2007 (17:36:41) (4213 reads)
Here is gentle reminder - War is Hell and Coming Home Isn't Easy Either
Think about our Brothers and Sisters.... Past and Present.
Thank them for their service when you meet them, shake their hand and Welcome them Home. Yes, even in airports this holiday season.
You'll see them in uniform as I always do.
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Tribute To All Soldiers|
Posted by westerling on Monday, December 03, 2007 (16:29:06) (2241 reads)
Here is my tribute to all soldiers this holiday season. Past and Present.
THANK YOU BROTHERS and SISTERS. To those we have lost.. AMEN.
While some may not like Arlo from years past, I encourage you to listen.
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New Veteran Scholarships at Wesleyan University|
Posted by westerling on Friday, November 23, 2007 (17:29:26) (2396 reads)
Wesleyan University announced the creation of 10 new scholarships dedicated to helping veterans cover the gap between the cost of tuition and expenses and their GI Bill benefits. The scholarships are needs based and will be awarded to veteran students who would otherwise not be able to afford to attend Wesleyan.
Veterans who wish to apply for this scholarship must do so as part of the normal admissions process at Wesleyan University.
Feel free to visit the Admissions Department Website for more info.
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Registry of the American Soldier|
Posted by westerling on Friday, November 23, 2007 (17:23:21) (3468 reads)
Veterans have the opportunity to record details of their service for their descendents and future generations on the Registry of the American Soldier, managed by the Army Historical Foundation of Arlington, Va.
Every registry entry will include the Soldier's name, rank, hometown and service history.
Registrants may also share their stories through anecdotes, memories and photographs.
Spouses, parents, children and friends may also enroll veteran soldiers, including those who are deceased.
More info HERE
Those eligible must register for an account and Login HERE
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The Search For America's World War I Veterans|
Posted by westerling on Sunday, November 18, 2007 (01:11:38) (4264 reads)
Time is running out to find and recognize the last remaining veterans of "The Great War."
The rolls of World War I veterans have declined so rapidly that the day is fast approaching when there will be one remaining, then none.
The VA, with assistance from historians, state agencies and others, is keeping a roster of those veterans.
Three years ago, there were about 250 remaining WWI American veterans. Yet, there may be other WWI veterans out there, perhaps in private nursing homes or in the care of family members, who have not been identified by VA.
If you know of any WWI veterans in your area, please contact VA's Office of Public Affairs in Washington, DC, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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