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Letters Home by Frank James Meyer a WII Journey

Sixteen million American’s served during World War II. This is a brief snapshot of my Uncle Frank Meyer’s journey. History, like millions of those, combines periods of trivia and drama. 2,896 more words

US navy sends two aircraft carriers to South China Sea

(STL.News) The United States has sent two aircraft carriers into the South China Sea at the same time as China is conducting military exercises in the contested waterway. 6 more words

God Bless the U.S.A.

I love this country, and just wanted to take a moment to say to all those that have served (and serving) in the military, and the men & women in blue (the police are good people): Thank you. 68 more words


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on taking back your power after sexual trauma.

TRIGGER WARNING: This post contains themes of sexual assault, sexual violence, depression, military veteran violence, and suicide.

“…and your very flesh shall be a great poem.”

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Boots to Business: Highlighting Veteran Startup Opportunities

Today’s post is the first of a series that will focus on or highlight entrepreneurship opportunities when leaving the military. Have you ever considered starting a business when leaving the military? 399 more words


How Sig Sauer's P320 XCarry Became The U.S. Army's New Handgun

Here’s What You Need To Remember: Unlike previous Sig Sauer pistol offerings, the P-320 X-Carry is a striker-fired handgun. The gun features ambidextrous slide stops and magazine releases for left handed shooters. 832 more words