WOMAN BEATEN TO DEATH AT TEMECULA CVS LOVED OUR TROOPS


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I needed to share this, Although it happened a few days ago I’m just now hearing about it. Tammy didn’t live far from me and I know the love and passion for helping  our troops she felt. This hits a nerve with me; maybe I’m taking  it personal. At any rate, my thoughts and prayers go out to her family. I didn’t know her personally but our military (support) community here in southern California lost a great advocate and American. 

Rest Easy, my fellow Patriot… 

Temecula, California – Tammy Baker-Carlson Serrano was a friend or mom to everyone, particularly our military members. On Monday, June 13, Brian Saylor, 31, chose to hit her on the head with a bottle of whiskey at a CVS Pharmacy at around 5 p.m., Mrs Serrano stood in line with her 21 year old daughter. Saylor smashed her in the head with a liquor bottle in an unprovoked attack. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department responded to the CVS Pharmacy to find Mrs. Serrano in critical condition, and store employees detaining the suspect. Read more

Happy Father’s Day


For the daddy’s who can’t be home with their kids today, A special shout out to you! 

Thanks for all you do. Happy Father's Day


His resolve is not to seem, but to be, the best.

Aeschylus, The Seven Against Thebes

 

 

 

Until They all Come Home

RED Friday

RED Friday
Until they all come home

Tomorrow is Friday! Show your support and don your RED! Until they all come home. 

How to Help Someone with PTSD


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When someone you care about suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), it can leave you feeling overwhelmed. The changes in your loved one can be worrying or even terrifying. You may feel angry about what’s happening to your family and relationship, or hurt by your loved one’s distance and moodiness. But it’s important to know is that you’re not helpless. Your support can make all the difference in your partner, friend, or family member’s recovery. With your help, your loved one can overcome PTSD and move on with his or her life. Read more

How To Survive The First 4 Weeks Of Marine Boot Camp


A drill instructor walks us through the first four weeks of Marine Corps boot camp.

Get off my bus right now!

This is how Marine Corps recruit training, or boot camp, begins. Some guy you’ve never met, wearing a wide-brimmed hat, screams at you to get off the bus. You file out and stand on the yellow footprints, a right of passage for all future Marines, and a reminder that every one of the Corps’ heroes and legends stood where you’re standing. (be sure to watch the video below)!  Read more

Image of the Day:24 May 2016


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Incoming

Helo incoming 

Become a Veterans Advocate


Link directly to the website here.

Remember Everyone Deployed


WEAR RED ON FRIDAYS! SHOW YOUR SUPPORT.

VA undertakes depression, seasonal affective disorder amongst vets


Editor’s Note: This is the third in a three-part series of articles designed to generate awareness and provide resources for people suffering from Seasonal affective disorder and depression. Read more

If you’ve ever wondered just how HOT the Middle East can get, watch this


This is a short video (seconds), but it sends a resounding message:

IT’S HOT! ♨

#Stop22ADay

Downtime: ‘Call me Maybe’


Image of the Day: 27 December 2015


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US Army Soldiers pose in front of Old Glory.

There’s an interesting story that goes with this image. You can read it here.

A Marines Night Before Christmas


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Twas the night before Christmas...

‘TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, THE STARS SHINING
BRIGHT, 
THE SENTRY WAS WALKING, HIS LEFT, THEN HIS RIGHT. 
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Merry Christmas…


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Merry Christmas 🎄

♥…and to all the wives, husbands fiancée, boyfriends and girlfriends who support their soldiers sailors air men and Marines