Check out these multiple hiring events throughout the year, and the United States, that are connecting veterans with military friendly employers! Continue reading Multiple Hire GI Hiring Events During July!
A mom, Monster Jam® driver and military veteran, Kayla Blood is a force to be reckoned with. She proudly served in the Louisiana Army National Guard for six years and now brings her tenacity to the dirt, competing in Monster Jam competitions around the world. Continue reading Veteran Kayla Blood Takes on Monster Jam World Finals® in Soldier Fortune®
By Bradley Bennett, Cincinnati News
In Pasadena, Maryland, Retired Army Capt. Kyle Butters could be seen running and carrying an American flag for an important cause last weekend. “This flag has been everywhere from Afghanistan (to) Kuwait (to) Turkey,” Butters said. Continue reading Retired Army captain runs 44 miles in effort to raise awareness for veterans’ mental health
By Leo Shane III, Air Force Times
U.S. Park Police officials have agreed to resume escorts for Honor Flight events around the nation’s capital, continuing a tradition that had been interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading Park Police to resume escorts for Honor Flight visits around Washington, D.C.
To kick off Military Appreciation Month, hundreds of dignitaries, veterans, volunteers, supporters and leadership of the Honor Flight Network will gather at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the organization’s milestone of bringing 250,000 veterans to our Nation’s Capitol to visit the memorials that honor their service and sacrifice on May 3rd. Continue reading Honor Flight Network Celebrates Milestone of Bringing 250,000 Veterans to Nation’s Capital on May 3 Event
By John Register, Silver Medal Paralympian and Combat Veteran
A post to the gentle giant slayer and the best mother a boy, youngster, and man could ever hope to have had, my mother E. Dolores Register (October 23, 1933 – December 9, 2021). Continue reading One Veteran’s Special Mother’s Day Tribute
The past year has placed unique stressors on those in the military, and Starbucks continues to meet the varied needs of the military community. Continue reading Starbucks Supports Military Community with eGift Card Donation
Don McCarthy was 20 years old on D-Day, when his infantry division landed on Omaha Beach. Don and the other veterans who survived D-Day will someday soon have passed into memory and legend. Continue reading Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day
American veterans representing every military branch and generation of service since World War II will march up Fifth Avenue for the in-person return of New York’s Veterans Day Parade, Thursday, November 11, 2021. Continue reading Elite Air Force Pararescue Veteran to Serve as Grand Marshal For In-Person Return of 102nd Annual NYC Veterans Day Parade
DAV 5K is a walk, roll, run, and ride that thanks those who served and raises awareness of the issues our ill and injured veterans face every day. Continue reading Disabled Veterans of America (DAV) Walk, Roll, Run and Ride 5K — Honor America’s Veterans