In commemoration of Veterans Day, the National WWI Museum and Memorial serves as a fitting place to honor those who have served — and continue to serve — our country. To recognize these men and women, admission to the Museum and Memorial is free for veterans and active duty military personnel from Saturday, Nov. 7 through Sunday, Nov. 15. General admission for the public is half-price on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11.
The COVID pandemic has prompted people to change how they conduct their business and personal activities.
by Ellis King
Most are generally surprised to find out my actual age of 51. “How do you look so young and fit? That is a question I get often and with a grand smile I pass on the great advice I received from my father; if you take care of your body, your body will take care of you!
In a week’s time, the United States’ oldest living American to have served in the Second World War is going to turn the grand old age of 111. To help him celebrate, the National World War II Museum is asking people from all around the world to send him a birthday greeting. Continue reading Send A Birthday Greeting To The Oldest Living World War II Vet In The U.S. As He Turns 111
by April Phillips, StableStrides
Horses are not only “good for the inside of a man,” but uniquely suited for mental health therapy for veterans due to both instinct and behavior. Continue reading StableStrides: Why Horses are Used for Therapy for Veterans
In light of the public health crisis brought about by COVID-19, many Americans across the country have seen their lives suffer. Veterans and military families are no exception and have experienced both the health and economic impacts of the pandemic.
Continue reading Financial Resources Available During the Pandemic
By Jim Lorraine, President and CEO of America’s Warrior Partnership
The Warrior Community Integration Symposium has served as an annual gathering for the past seven years to empower communities to empower veterans, their families and caregivers. Continue reading Empowering Veterans at the Seventh Annual Warrior Community Integration Symposium
The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed yet another event for long-distance running enthusiasts. Continue reading Marine Corps Marathon canceled for first time in 45-year history because of pandemic
Indian Motorcycle®, America’s First Motorcycle Company, today announced its continued support and sponsorship of the sixth annual Veterans Charity Ride (VCR) to Sturgis. Continue reading Indian Motorcycle Continues Support Of Veterans Charity Ride & Motorcycle Therapy Adventure To Sturgis For 2020
Miracles happen every day at CAMO Foundation, and the angels who perform them are the 4-legged variety. Dedicated to providing service dogs specifically trained for the unique needs of disabled veterans Continue reading Foundation Trains Shelter Canines as Service Dogs for Disabled Veterans