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  Everywhere I turn to, to learn about the history of our military spouses and their giving are to our wounded and ill veterans only leads me to current studies about caring for our wounded warriors, caregiver fatigue and information from the RAND report 2008 and 2013 as well as our VA caregiver Support.   […]

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  What a Thanksgiving and November has come and gone. It has been a wonderful blessing to be able to see and meet so many wonderful caregivers in Indiana. With the holiday seasons vastly approaching our non-profit has received calls of people needing help with gifts, food and respect. Being a small non-profit we have […]

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Just in time for Memorial Day comes an uplifting collection from Reader’s Digest, Stories In Uniform Featuring pieces from World War I up to the War on Terror, the stories in this collection were inspiring and memorable. There were stories that brought me to tears, stories that made my heart swell with pride that our […]

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World T.E.A.M. Sportsā€˜ Face of America bicycle ride,April 26-28,2013, brings together riders with disabilities and riders who are able-bodied. In its 11th year, the ride from the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia to the historic battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania includes about 500 participants annually. The Face of America rides honor the men and women who were […]

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Returning after a summer hiatus to pass on links I hope you might find of interest..

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(linking to Airman Mom’s Friday post Somebody’s Son ) Lance Cpl. Nick Lacarra, a 20-year-old improvised explosive device detection dog handler with Combined Anti-Armor Team 2, Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a native of Long Beach, Calif., holds security in a field with his dog Coot while halted during a partnered security […]

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(linking to Airman Mom’s Somebody’s Son post ) Lance Cpl. Shane W. Stokes, a Springfield, Mo., native and an infantryman with Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, walks with a new friend he met while patrolling through a local bazaar. Mobs of curious children following patrols became a common sight in the village of […]

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