Monthly Archives: July 2012

Why one woman honors veterans

Why does this woman honor veterans? It could be argued that she does because she is one. Marie Tillman is for certain a veteran of something that the mere thought of makes married women shudder: she lost her husband. But … Continue reading

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Freedom isn’t free

Happy Fourth of July, America. On this anniversary of our independence, it’s important to thank those who make it all possible. Let’s talk about veterans for a minute. They are our friends, our neighbors, our co-workers, our teachers, our congressmen, … Continue reading

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More amputees but fewer deaths: combat medicine working hard for our soldiers

  Staff Sgt. Travis Mills is a young father whose life is now drastically different.  Busy defending our freedom — and the freedom of the oppressed citizens in Afghanistan, he was the victim of a bomb that took from him … Continue reading

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