Veterans

Sometimes, A Different Perspective Can Help You Climb Out Of The Darkness

I wrote a book review over at Old Musty Books this morning about a book that touched me to my very core. It was a difficult review to write, because how does one review a book that had a profound impact in a very personal way? I’ve mentioned before I’m a veteran. I am also a veteran […]

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Garett Reppenhagen: Chris Kyle’s war was not my war

I almost never embed videos here, but I thought this one was pretty interesting. Its an interview with Garett Reppenhagen, who has told the American Sniper story from a different perspective than Chris Kyle’s. As a veteran who deals with her own traumas from her military service, it’s incredibly important that we are not just […]

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Please Don’t Thank Me for My Service

This is an important article, whether you agree with the sentiments or not. Truly, it doesn’t matter if you disagree or not – today’s vets feel this way; so it matters. The most important action you can take to thank a vet is to pay attention to what’s going on in the world and realize […]

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The Under-Served Veterans of the American Territories

When I was a young sailor finishing up my A School, I thought Guam or Reykjavik Iceland were the two duty stations I really wanted to be stationed. See, I joined the Navy to see the world, and while I knew I probably wouldn’t get to do too much traveling from either Guam or Iceland, […]

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