Posts Tagged 'Veterans'

Our Mission Statement at VeteransTales.com

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A word from the Garritrooper, just so you’ll know where we intend to go with VeteransTales.org. and the Veterans 15:13 Foundation

A Little Background

In the mid-80s, when I was in industry, a second-shift floor mechanic came up to me and said, “If you’ll put me on first shift and give me a little raise, I’ll work harder.”

No, really. He said that.

Yet here we are begging for a raise, without a proven product, or for that matter, any indication we can actually ...

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Veterans: Why do Americans Enlist…When They Don’t Have to?

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This is a theme with us at VeteransTales.0rg.

When more veterans with skin in the game have checked in, this will be a running topic, and within two years, a working project on the ground. (Check our Mission statement for the longer game.)

At the heart of this inquiry is hearing from veterans about what it is in the hearts and minds that causes an American to go down and enlist when he or she don’t have to, and when more than 95% of Americans ...

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Former burn pit inspector: Pentagon officials ignored warnings during Iraq War

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[Source: Fox News Exclusive by Perry Chiaramonte, Lea Gabrielle]

The hazardous effects resulting in terminal illnesses and the loss of life of American service members, veterans and contractors exposed to the burn pits on bases where they were stationed during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation New Dawn is a discussion that has long been covered up.

Those who have not died are gravely ill from exposure to thick clouds of black smoke and toxic waste burned at military sites ...

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