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This blog is dedicated to the United States’ veterans and active military service personnel.

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7 responses to “About

  1. Doug

    I have a veteran resource suggestion for your blog. Please email me at your earliest convenience. Thanks,

    Doug Karr, USN Veteran

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  3. Chelsea

    My name is Chelsea. I am contacting you on behalf of CareMeridian (caremeridian.com). CareMeridian is a well known subacute and skilled nursing/rehabilitation facility located throughout the Western United States for patients suffering from traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, or medical complexities such as neuromuscular or congenital anomalies. Brain injuries are becoming all too commonly associated with modern warfare. Many veterans return home with brain injuries without knowing they are suffering from them. Members of the US Department of Veterans Affairs have even coined brain injuries as the “signature wound” of the War on Terror. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and I was hoping that I could offer you an original article about TBI as it relates to warfare, that you could post on your website in order to spread general awareness.

    Please let me know if this is something you’d be interested in. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me directly at this email address.

    Best regards,

    Chelsea Travers
    ctravers@caremeridian.com

  4. Dear Madam, Sir,

    I organize a WWII walk in Amsterdam and I believe that if veterans visit The Netherlands our walk is maybe interested for them (beside the tulipfields and the mills :->)

    We’re not a big business and looking for lots of profit but we like to guide people who are also interested in history.

    If this is not the good place to suggest this, I hope you can give me some advice, or forward my message to a better place.
    Thanks for all!

    Peter Schaapman
    http://www.historywalks.eu/amsterdam

  5. Hi,
    I would like to invite you to join the Military Top 100 websites located at http://www.militarytopsite.com

    David

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