VVA: Worthy of the Sacrifice

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This from a High school classmate..  Worthy of the Sacrifice     by John C. Fitts I was born during World War II in which my father served as a member of the U. S. Navy. I was a small child during the Korean Conflict (War?) and remember very little. The war that was personal to

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VVA: FW: Making the Memorial

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Making the Memorial Reprinted in June 2015 New York Review of Books Online via Gerald Ney  kumquatquince@gmail.com Making the Memorial Maya Lin November 2, 2000 Issue It’s taken me years to be able to discuss the making of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, partly because I needed to move

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CCVI will visit Walter Reed

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Walter Reed Visit Cape Cod Veterans Inc. ( Wounded Warfighters Group included) will be traveling to Walter Reed Military Medical Center this week as we have done for years. CCVI will host a USO diner for the Wounded Heroes and their families. CCVI Executive Director 1st SGT Terry Clen (Ret.) wi

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: Learn how VA honors Veterans & their families with memorial benefits

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“As you walk those hallowed grounds, it’s a range of emotions, a sense of gratitude.” – Artis Parker, director of Fort Snelling National Cemetery

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Potential Exposure at Fort McClellan, MP, Chem, WAC, etc

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Courtesy of Colonel Dan.... Potential Exposure at Fort McClellan Go to web site:              http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/fort-mcclellan/ Fort McClellan was an Army installation in Alabama that opened in 1917. Some members of the U.S. Army Chemical Corp Scho

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  • VVA: Worthy of the Sacrifice - This from a High school classmate..  Worthy of the Sacrifice     by John C. Fitts I was born during World War II in which my father served as a member of the U. S. Navy. I was a small child during the Korean Conflict (War?) and remember very little. The war that was personal to […]
  • VVA: FW: Making the Memorial - Making the Memorial Reprinted in June 2015 New York Review of Books Online via Gerald Ney  kumquatquince@gmail.com Making the Memorial Maya Lin November 2, 2000 Issue It’s taken me years to be able to discuss the making of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, partly because I needed to move past it and partly because I had […]
  • CCVI will visit Walter Reed - Walter Reed Visit Cape Cod Veterans Inc. ( Wounded Warfighters Group included) will be traveling to Walter Reed Military Medical Center this week as we have done for years. CCVI will host a USO diner for the Wounded Heroes and their families. CCVI Executive Director 1st SGT Terry Clen (Ret.) will be in charge with […]
  • : Learn how VA honors Veterans & their families with memorial benefits - “As you walk those hallowed grounds, it’s a range of emotions, a sense of gratitude.” – Artis Parker, director of Fort Snelling National Cemetery VA takes special care to pay lasting tribute to the memory of Veterans who served and sacrificed, and to their family members. VA provides burial and memorial services at both VA […]
  • Potential Exposure at Fort McClellan, MP, Chem, WAC, etc - Courtesy of Colonel Dan…. Potential Exposure at Fort McClellan Go to web site:              http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/fort-mcclellan/ Fort McClellan was an Army installation in Alabama that opened in 1917. Some members of the U.S. Army Chemical Corp School, Army Combat Development Command Chemical/Biological/Radiological Agency, Army Military Police School and Women’s Army Corps, among others, may have been exposed […]
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  • The Retired Enlisted Association May 25, 2015 - FROM WASHINGTON: News for the Enlisted Monday May 18, 2015 HEAVY LIFTING- U.S. Service members assigned to Joint Task Force 505 load aid and relief supplies onto an MV-22 Osprey at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal, May 17, 2015. The supplies will be delivered to earthquake victims in remote areas of Nepal. 1) TREA Meets […]
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  • VVA National President testifed before joint sesson of theHouse/Senate Veterans Affairs Committee - VVA National President testifed before joint sesson of the House/Senate Veterans Affairs Committee   Vietnam Veterans of America — Legislative Update May 20, 2015 Today, National President John Rowan presented Vietnam Veterans of America Legislative Agenda and Policy Initiatives before a joint session of the 114th House and Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. In his opening […]
  • Military Groups Slam Republicans For Killing A Bill Supporting Veterans - (Reuters) – Veterans organizations were upset with Senate Republicans after they failed to gain enough votes of support to move forward with a measure that would have expanded federal healthcare and education programs for veterans.  The GOP argued that the bill would bust the budget.   Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders (I-VT) sponsored […]
  • Program Blast May 22, 2015 - Copy Programs Reporting – Week Ending 5-22-15 PROGRAMS REPORTING – REPORT CARD – PDF attached   Do You know a company that’s hiring? The AMVETS Career Centers are assisting over 1500 well-qualified veterans looking for work! If you or someone you know is a company owner, hiring manager, or recruiter, we would love to connect […]
  • Randstad is Now Hiring!!! - Randstad is Now Hiring!!! Randstad is currently filling openings in Devens, MA.   Various Schedules Available Weekly Pay Checks Casual Dress Code Use the Latest Technology Clean Facility Benefits Seasonal and Temp to Hire Positions Available   Positons Include: Picking, Packing, Shipping, and Receiving   Pay Rate: $9.50/Hour Across All Shifts   66 Saratoga Boulevard, […]
  • TO ALL—–THOUGHTS FOR MEMORIAL DAY 2015 -  (this is being sent early due to the holiday weekend)   I want to say THANK YOU    to all who have ever had to stand and wait.  The mothers and fathers,wives and sweethearts, little brothers and sisters who suffered anguish, and were fearful for someone’s safety.   THANK YOU to all who served before, and to […]
  • April 2015 AMVETS Post Report -   . Edit and renew online save a tree.                   April 2015 Executive report1 April Refund post total     April 2015 AMVETS Post Report-For Official Use Memorial Day Our Numbers Log In Refund Report QRF.                                                                    Americans fought each other; brothers fought brothers to end slavery. The horror and loss […]