Monthly Archives: April 2012

Thinking about adopting? How about a WWII veteran?

Honor Flight DFW has just launched an inventive initiative to help assist the non-profit in raising much-needed funds toward its goal of getting the 400+ veterans on its waiting list (all WWII veterans at this point) to Washington, D.C., to … Continue reading

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Forget them, and those 6 million die another death

Today is National Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day set aside for remembering the worst tragedy in human history. Survivor Dr. Susan Cernyak-Spatz says it best: forget the six million who died, and they die another death. Watch her here. Her … Continue reading

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His day in court

On Saturday, I get to take a very special veteran to court. Yes, to court. He committed no crime; in fact, he is being honored by DFW-based volunteers of the Veterans History Project, a legislatively supported initiative of the U.S. … Continue reading

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Military families and cars? Sign me up!

NASCAR and its fans have always been a patriotic bunch. Now, the group is choosing to honor U.S. military families through the NASCAR Foundation with NASCAR Unites. The initiative will help bring funds and awareness to military families, who are … Continue reading

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A Love Affair

World War II veteran C.B. Perdue was the centerpiece of a story on KTVT-TV CBS 11 in Dallas/Fort Worth about a WWII-era love affair.  Do you imagine a soldier and his sweetie?  Not in this love story, which was between … Continue reading

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