Buffalo VA Gives Vets Early Thanksgiving Day Feat The Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Buffalo, New York gave dozens of military veterans an early Thanksgiving Day feast. According to news reports, the food used in the feast was purchasing using money donated by other community organizations and veterans agencies. Volunteers offered their support by preparing,
The U.S. military’s new class of F-35 fighter jets made its first successful test flights and subsequent carrier landings earlier this month. As first reported by the Associated Free Press (AFP), the test flights occurred in the Pacific waters off the coast of San Diego, California, aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz. The pilot of
Veterans have made a strong contribution to this country in too many ways to count. Although everyone wants to be seen as being military friendly, it also seems that too many businesses don’t really have a commitment to actually be as military friendly of a workplace as they could. This means more than just giving
The land of the free, and the home of the brave. These simple words have defined a nation for more than 200 years and carry more weight than we can possibly imagine. Freedom isn’t free. Another phrase we have heard many times, and another we quite possibly overlook on a regular basis. America is a
It’s important to remember that our soldiers are normal people too. They are out there protecting our country, but they also have dreams, ambitions and hopes that go beyond surviving the day. In the following videos, you’re going to be touched, inspired and awed by the talent and feeling which these hard working soldiers put
Even our National Flag has some interesting secrets to tell that avid flag lovers out there will be tickled to know. Beef up on your American Flag history and surprise your family and friends with your newly found historical prowess. What do you call a person who is an expert on flag history? A Vexillologist.
Have you visited your attic lately? If you happen to stumble upon a red, white or blue woven wool marked with Fort McHenry in your attic, this may be a part of the massive 200-year old flag that was raised in Fort Baltimore during a British attack. This 30 x 42-foot flag was the inspiration