The Gary Sinise Foundation Honors U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 Gary Linfoot with a Custom Smart Home

After serving 11 years with the U.S. Army’s elite 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 Gary Linfoot’s Iraq tour was cut short on May 31, 2008, when his helicopter experienced a catastrophic mechanical failure that resulted in a crash landing. Continue reading The Gary Sinise Foundation Honors U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 Gary Linfoot with a Custom Smart Home

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Stars & Stripes Plush Puppy to Support Disabled American Veterans Now Available at Raising Cane’s for Limited Time

BATON ROUGE (June 24, 2019) – Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, named after its founder’s beloved yellow lab, “Raising Cane,” has launched a nationwide campaign to support Patriot PAWS Service Dogs – a Rockwall, Texas-based non-profit that trains and provides the highest quality service dogs at no cost to disabled American Veterans and others with mobile disabilities. Continue reading Stars & Stripes Plush Puppy to Support Disabled American Veterans Now Available at Raising Cane’s for Limited Time

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Mona Lisa Faris, President And Publisher Of U.S. Veterans Magazine, Honored For Her Work By Blinded American Veterans Foundation (BAVF)

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Irvine, Ca., June 15, 2019 — The Blinded American Veterans Foundation’s (BAVF) Carlton Sherwood Media Award was accepted by Natalie Morales, U.S. Veterans Magazine‘s East Coast Correspondent, in Washington, D.C., on June 14, 2019.

Morales accepted the award on behalf of Mona Lisa Faris, president and publisher of U.S. Veterans Magazine, juxtapose to the Cannon House Office Building at the Capitol Hill Club. Continue reading Mona Lisa Faris, President And Publisher Of U.S. Veterans Magazine, Honored For Her Work By Blinded American Veterans Foundation (BAVF)

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ESPN Presents the Pat Tillman Award for Service to Former U.S. Marine Kirstie Ennis at The 2019 ESPYS on July 10

While on duty in Afghanistan, former Marine Corps Sergeant Kirstie Ennis was in a helicopter crash in an active combat zone that resulted in severe injuries including facial trauma, a traumatic brain injury, cervical and lumbar spine trauma, and bilateral shoulder damage. Following more than a dozen surgeries, doctors decided to amputate above the knee on her left leg. Having been an athlete for most of her life, Ennis turned to sports as part of her recovery.
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