The Love Letter Campaign


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Love letter campaign

Whether you are the spouse, parent, sibling, friend, caregiver, or other loved one of one 
of our nation’s veterans, we invite you to join us in a very special project! Read more

Watch “Killing Our Own : The Truth About Gulf War Syndrome”


I always watch the videos before I post them here; some of which are recommended by veterans, like the one I’m sharing today.
I debated whether or not to post this due to the sensitive and disturbing subject matter but this is too important–the wellbeing of our vets is too important for me NOT to share. As I mentioned, there are disturbing images and testimony throughout this video so waiting for the little ones bedtime might be wise. Also, its close to an hour and a half long, a good one to bookmark. Thank you for your time. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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This Marine Is About To Run 161 Miles In Honor Of Fallen Servicewomen


In honor of the 161 women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, Capt. Maggie Seymour will run a 161 miles over four days.

If it’s something you feel passionate about, your body can do it,” according to Marine Corps Capt. Maggie Seymour. While reeat’s easy for an experienced runner to say, 161 is a daunting number of miles to run.

As part of the nonprofit, Valor Run, Seymour will be doing just that: running one mile for each of the 161 women who gave their lives during operations in Iraq and Afghanistan over four consecutive days.
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Image of the Day: 17 February 2016


Downtime, Vietnam War

Image courtesy of reddit

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