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Veterans Day at the lake provides a unique opportunity to those who served our country. They get the chance to take a pontoon ride, grill out and even hop on the jet ski if they're feeling up to it. [Read More]
Local women who've served in the military were celebrated on Saturday at the first-ever Women Veterans Day ceremony in Corpus Christi... [Read More]
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The boy started his journey after visiting his grandfather's grave on Veterans Day in 2015. [Read More]
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Retired Army Capt. Florent Groberg — a University of Maryland graduate who was awarded the Medal of Honor in 2015 — will lead what's billed as the nation's largest event honoring veterans in New York City this fall. Groberg grew up in France and moved to Maryland as a child, where he graduated... [Read More]
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In the past I was what you might call a sunshine patriot. I would hang a flag on Memorial Day, Flag Day, Fourth of July, and Veterans Day. When the hostages were taken in Iran, in 1979, I hung my flag all 444 days of their captivity but took it down... [Read More]
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On Tuesday, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards proclaimed June 12 as Louisiana Women Veterans Day. The day marked the 70th anniversary of the passage of the Women's Armed Forces Integration Act, which authorized regular and reserved status for women to serve in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force. [From KSLA News 12] [Read More]
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The Greenville City Council on Tuesday honored the women who have given their service to the U.S. military through a proclamation of July 12 as Women's Veterans Day. Councilman John Turner, who also serves as the commander of Hunt County's Disabled American Veterans chapter, made the proclamation at the regular council meeting. [From Herald Banner] [Read More]
The day honors roughly 177,000 women Veterans who call the Lone Star State home. [From MSN] [Read More]
  State President Lee Baker provides an overview of our new Veterans Initiatives. These new programs are specifically geared toward our veterans. Please stay tuned for more details! Thank you for all you do. Posted by AARP Georgia on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Check us out on Facebook @AARPGEORGIA for more details! [Read More]
Courtesy photo The Lamun-Lusk-Sanchez Texas State Veterans Home in Big Spring honored their female veterans for their service with a Women Veterans Day celebration yesterday. Shown here, Lamun-Lusk-Sanchez Administrator Major Natalie Rolling-Edlebeck, U.S. Army (retired), poses with veterans (from left) Sandra Wilson, U.S. Marine Corps; Adelita Guerra, U.S. Army; and Kim LaCroix, U.S. Navy. See Wednesday's edition of the Herald. [Read More]
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Texas has about 177,500 female veterans, the most of any state, according to Veterans Affairs. In 2017, state lawmakers created "Women Veterans Day" to highlight women's roles in the military and commemorate their valor and sacrifice. [Read More]
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Women veterans are being recognized for their service to our country. [Read More]
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A group in Longview hosted an event to specifically honor Women Veterans. [Read More]
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On Tuesday, June 12, communities across our state come together to recognize a critical part of what makes the State of Texas great: the women of our armed forces. From... [Read More]
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