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A new program just started in Massachusetts that’s designed to help soldiers who suffer from post-tr…

 

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (PRWEB) March 26, 2019 — Travis Manion Foundation partners with CrossFit gyms nationwide to raise funds for veteran initiatives

 

Lee Spencer is not only the first amputee to make the journey solo, he also crushed the able-bodied record by 36 days. “No one should be defined by disability,” he said.

 

O’Neill would only play one game in the big leagues before eventually sacrificing all on Iwo Jima.

 

 

A former U.S. Marine from Las Vegas couldn’t stop gushing about the kindness his 16-month-old daughter received from a stranger.

 

Documentary filmmaker and former Marine Miles Lagoze wants to show what it?s really like in combat so that people will stop glamorizing the experience.

 

The portrait it paints of its Marines is appropriately discordant, redolent of the twitchy frustration caused by a long stint in a sparse landscape with a hazy mission.

 

Challenge America is partnering with the Cleveland Clinic and St. Edward High to help six disabled Ohio veterans.

 

Lillian Garcia welcomes Lacey Evans to the show. Evans informs that she did not watch wrestling growing up. She was in the Marines and met someone who

 

The nomination for 38th commandant of the Marine Corps is set to come this year as Gen. Robert Neller completes his tenure.

 

A disabled U.S. Marines veteran has received a $250,000 settlement from the U.S. government after a national park park ranger allegedly used excessive force to arrest him over the use of a handicapped parking space

 

Little Hayden was reading a letter to his dad aloud when Marine Master Sgt. Jeremy Nieznanski walked in.

 

The Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps for Manpower and Reserve Affairs (M&RA) recently traveled to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) to emphasize the critical role the university plays in preparing Marines to adapt and overcome the myriad challenges of tomorrow?s battlefields.

 

Temple University is expanding its Small Business Development Center to its suburban Ambler Campus.

 

MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT PARRIS ISLAND, S.C. ? A cancer survivor from Brick Township, New Jersey is currently four weeks from surviving Marine Corps Recruit Training here, the most rigorous basic training in the U.S. military.

 

Casey Kuhlman was among the group of soldiers to pull down the statue of Saddam Hussein during the liberation of Iraq. Casey credits much of his success in the entrepreneurial space to his time as a Marine. Here are three lessons he learned from his experience as a service member.

 

TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. (AP) ? A U.S. military official says two Marine fighter jets collided in midair, but both pilots managed to land safely at a Southern California training base last month. 1st Lt. Frederick D. Walker says Tuesday that no injuries were reported in the collision of F/A-18 Hornets on Feb. 28 over Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms. The jets involved are from the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing. A military safety brief obtained by the Marine Corps Times notes the accident occurred while the aircraft were conducting close-air support training. Officials provided few details, and the extent of the damage to the two Hornets is unknown.

 

 

It?s not uncommon during deployment for Marines and sailors to get into a bit of trouble when ships pull into port in for a bit of down time.

 

For most of his life Lee Roy Herron thought it was his destiny to fight for our country, and he wanted to be ready. When he left for Vietnam in late 1968, he was mentally and physically prepared for battle.

 

 

Ashley Kimbel of Huntsville, Alabama, took on the challenge of designing a more versatile prosthetic for an injured marine and totally nailed it in just a year.
Marine Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart is set to depart U.S. Cyber Command next month.

 

Services are Sunday for Adam Snyder, the longtime Atlantic Beach fire chief, who died Monday in Charlottesville, Virginia after a skiing accident on Saturday.

 

The Marine Corps will deactivate its final electronic attack squadron in a Friday ceremony, sending its trusty but aging EA-6B Prowler jet into retirement. The ?Death Jesters? of Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 (VMAQ-2) will formally be decommissioned and the Prowler retired during a ?sundown? ceremony at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, N.C. ?

 

Savings certificates with special rates and VA loan discounts could add serious cash to your savings accounts.

 


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