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Richard W Smith, First Sergeant, United States Army (Retired)Janie Smith, Founder, Author of HOPE Beyond Trauma;OHIO Regional Leader, HirePatriots.com This will be the first in a series.The Army touts how well they are doing, how well they are committed to taking care of the soldiers who have suffered during the past 10 years of warfare. A General Officer comes forward and says that he suffers from PTSD and that the Army is going to be making changes. All kinds of programs are developed and are put in place.Well, as usual, the Army strikes again...so much for...
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Petty Officer 1st Class Christopher Campbell, a Navy SEAL, was an incredible man... who lost his life in the August 6th helicopter crash that took the lives of so many American service members. We were incredibly honored and touched to learn that Chris' final wish sought to continue serving his country by helping wounded warriors and veterans. Hand-written on Chris' will was a note saying that if he died in combat, he wanted attention to focus on his wounded brothers and sisters, rather than himself. Chris' ultimate hope was that 100,000 individuals would donate to Wounded Warrior Project in his name....
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Help Bruin needs a New Home

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I just recieved this message form Kevin Cook. There is A Husky Named Bruin who needs a new home. The contact info is at the bottom of the message. Here is the Message. HI,   I need a huge favor.  I have a friend who is here in Afghanistan and she needs to find a new home for her beloved Husky, Bruin. (See enclosed picture)   I am sending thso message to you as I trust you and if you can assist in finding a good home for BRUIN, you will have helped a great deal.   He was named after...
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 Awesome use of the Technology Dude...."  - posted this on US NAVY JEEP Teen makes digital record of Arlington graves Ricky Gilleland, a tech-savvy 11th-grader, has created the only digitized record of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.Ricky Gilleland, 17, has set up a website documenting graves of every service member buried at Arlington National Cemetery. (Chris Usher, For The Times / April 27, 2011) By Faye Fiore, Los Angeles TimesApril 26, 2011, 8:08 p.m.Reporting from Arlington, Va.— Rosemary Brown is standing over the grave of her son at Arlington National Cemetery when...
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Thanks to my friends Judy Bigelow And Kevin Cook for sharing this with me.HBO director of sports programming Luis Barragan Ferrer enlists in army and will be deployed to Afghanistan – NYPOST.comBy SELIM ALGARLast Updated:; 10:14 AM, March 28, 2011Posted:; 1:05 AM, March 28, 2011He's trading ringside glamour for frontline danger.   A rising HBO Sports executive has abandoned the Manhattan high life to enlist in the Army -- and will land in Afghanistan any day now as just another grunt.   Luis Barragan Ferrer, 39, left his prestigious position as director of sports programming at the network...
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MA. National Guardsman Helps Afgahnistan Orphanage

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I received  message from a LinkedIn connection In February.James Maloney is MA National Guardsman attached to a Special Forces unit in Afghanistan. There is an Orphanage near him. He is asking for help to supply the children with much needed basic item, clothes,school supplies, and some sporting equipment and maybe some toys to bring a little enjoyment in these kids lives.All Children need to have FunThere has been some excellent news. Support is coming in The Kick for Nick organization has sent dozens of soccer balls and a pump. This is a great foundation in memory of a fallen hero....
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