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Purple Hearts is the title that Nina Berman has given to her photographs of American soldiers gravely injured in the Iraq war, who have returned home to face life away from the waving flags and heroic send-offs. Purple Hearts Book by Nina Berman: Photos of Wounded U.S. Soldiers Returned From Iraq.
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Gifting Warriors is a non-profit organization started by Thomas Barth, a veteran whose family served our country for generations and instilled in him a deep respect for the cost of our freedom. The owner of Barth Crane Inspections for 13 years, Tom is recognized as one of only a few federally accredited crane inspectors and crane operator trainers. Over the years, he earned a solid reputation...
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Support our troops! Help American wounded soldiers, deployed men and women in the armed forces! Directory of over 50 organizations helping our military! Support United States Troops, their families and loved ones! Together... WE CAN DO IT! Please show your support for our wounded soldiers at...
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FWSF, a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization, is committed to stewardship of the monies entrusted to us by donations to provide supplemental assistance to the military and their families with assistance that helps with immediate financial needs. The FWSF has consistently maintained a 90% or higher...
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It's our way of saying, 'Thank You' for their dedication and loyalty tot he United States and the citizens they have pledged their lives to protect. We would like to thank everyone for their generous contributions that make up over $1,000,000 in donations for our wounded service members. US...
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We provide help and financial assistance to wounded soldiers, active duty soldiers, veterans, and their families. We also have programs to provide disaster relief, Vocation Education Training (V.E.T.), and scholarships. Thanks to financial help in the form of your donations, we are able to support active duty troops deployed to Afghanistan and elsewhere, wounded soldiers and their families, and...
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Get your Kubb on! The second annual Great Lakes Kubb Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, September 12, 2015 in Alanson, MI! At the tip of the mitt in Michigan Come support Michigan soldiers. To benefit The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund of Michigan. A family friendly game! Kubb unites people and creates peace on Earth.” Slogan, U.S. National Kubb Tournament. All players will receive a...
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Built in 1826, Carnton served as a Confederate field hospital during and after the Battle of Franklin. The McGavock family cared for the wounded and later established a cemetery for the fallen Confederate soldiers. The Carter House, built in 1830, served as Federal headquarters on November 30, 1864. The Carter family sought refuge in their basement as the Battle of Franklin raged around their...
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During the Vietnam war the use of helicopters to evacuate wounded soldiers saved countless lives. The first medical evacuation unit in Vietnam and the last to leave was the 57th Medical Detachment (HA). During the part of its tour, the 57th was co-located with the 82nd Medical Detachment in the Vietnam Delta region known as IV Corps. This site was created for the purpose of capturing and...
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On Monday, July 22, the Board of Directors from Graybeard Ltd., rang the NYSE Opening Bell to highlight their recent relief efforts during Hurricane Sandy. As of March 11, 2013, the organization has donated over $1.1 million dollars to Sandy victims, helping over 1000 families rebuild their lives. All of the money raised is earmarked in a restricted account with the Graybeards and is used...
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At the end, 34,000 soldiers - Americans all, were killed, wounded or missing. Brigades were broken, regiments shattered and companies obliterated. In one company of the 48th Tennessee infantry, thirty-three of forty-four soldiers were shot down in a matter of minutes. Company H of the 100th Illinois took twenty-two soldiers in the battle and lost eleven of them in the opening minutes of their...
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Tributesongs says Thank You to RMG Hardee’s for their support of raising $52.000.00 for the Patriot Foundation. Lisa Commer manager of the Hardee’s store in Bristol, Virginia on Euclid Ave. stands with some great customers displaying the certificate of appreciation from the Patriot Foundation. Lisa said customers like these are what made our fundraiser a success, and Thanks to everyone in the...
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Elcome to this web page, which is devoted exclusively to supporting our men and women of the Armed Forces who are stationed overseas. Our SOS — Support Our Soldiers program has four elements, each supported by your donations and fund raising events:. GI Travel Kits contain a selection of toilet articles, valued at $18 each. We present them to troops who insert them into their “Duffle Bags” as...
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Bud Alley The battle that followed became a fight for survival. Alley graphically describes the intensity of combat that cost the battalion one hundred fifty-five dead and one hundred thirty-four wounded. He weaves in first-hand accounts, his own included, worthy of awe and admiration. A bitter conclusion to the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley came soon afterward, when Gen. Westmoreland told the...
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Hunts for Healing offers support to wounded warriors through outside activities. For injured soldiers returning stateside from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the first sight they often see are the walls of an intensive care unit. With multiple tubes running from IV poles into their arms, with monitors beeping in the background, with unfamiliar noises and faces, their new surroundings are...
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The local source of inspiring nursing jobs and RN career advice in Southern California with Working Nurse magazine and WorkingNurse.com. By Elizabeth Hanink, RN, BSN, PHN When Florence Farmborough was born in a quiet village in Buckinghamshire, England, her parents named her after a distinguished neighbor: Florence Nightingale. In many ways, Farmborough’s nursing career reflected that of her...
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For 2015, our Brat Cause was "Brat Pack 11" which is run by 17-year-old Brat Kenzie Hall. An active duty Brat, Kenzie was awarded the Army's Military Child of the Year last year. At just 11 yrs old when her father was deployed to Afghanistan Kenzie started a charity called "Brat Pack 11." BP11 (for short) grants wishes to military kids of wounded and fallen soldiers. With "Brat Pack 11" being a...
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Auggiedog, a new powered stool tool for picking up dog waste. We took the stoop out of the scoop - just pull the trigger and Auggiedog will deliver! I have totally enjoyed using the auggiedog product. I had back surgery in September and in April of this year had a hip reconstruction surgery. I love my little mini schnauzer and knew the only way I could care for him in my apartment complex by...
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Pearl Harbor, located on the island of Oahu, is one of the most frequently visited historic places in Hawaii. An estimated 1.5 million people visit Pearl Harbor every year to pay their respects to those who perished on this “day that will live in infamy” and to learn about an important part of world history. This website offers varied information for Pearl Harbor enthusiasts, as well as for...
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Thousands of soldiers die each year to defend their country. United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills was sure that he would become another statistic when, during his third … Keep Reading... Travis: A Soldier’s Story is a challenging documentary featuring the inspiring true story of United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne … Keep Reading... Retired US Army Staff...
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