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The man who mapped the world

by Larry Dawalt, HPCCR Senior Director of Spiritual & Grief Care Services

Caring for a veteran is a privilege for us here at Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region… 404 more words

Hospice

Response to Kathleen Belew's "Veterans & White Supremacy" New York Times Op-Ed

(Serving in the U.S. Navy in Kuwait during Iraqi Freedom in 2003 )

Recently (April 16th) The New York Times ran an Op-Ed by Kathleen Belew PhD… 1,057 more words

Community

Technology Assisting Physically Impaired Veterans

Have you ever taken a photograph and the camera flash turned the person’s eyes into red or white dots? That bane of amateur photographers is becoming a useful tool for physically impaired veterans. 576 more words

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Veteran Denied Sales Position Because Of Combat Experience [Video]

Kayla Reyes, a 21-year-old U.S. Army veteran, applied to work at a Macy’s in Fresno, California.

When interviewed by a hiring manager, she said she was told that because of her combat experience in Afghanistan, she would not be capable of relating to Macy’s customers. 28 more words

Shows

How Not to Cover a Tragedy Like the Fort Hood Shooting

The shooting last week at Fort Hood dealt a heavy blow to  the military community. Soldiers were murdered in their garrison workplace. Families, friends, and colleagues feared the worst, then mourned the losses. 818 more words

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New VA Polytrauma Center Holds an Open House

It’s not your father’s VA anymore as evidenced by just one look inside the Department of Veterans’ Affairs new Polytrauma and Rehabilitation Center at James A. 747 more words

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