Phony Navy SEAL of the WEEK: MICHAEL ORLANDO HALL aka Clubber Lang. The “Check Me Out” Phony SEAL.

Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS Michael Orlando Hall from New Orleans when Mike began running his Suck about being a Navy SEAL Captain. The Harley dealership had nothing to do with this and handled things great concerning Mike. Please don’t contact those guys about this clown. This video is compliments of my […]

VA Announces Expansion of Veterans Economic Communities Initiative

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced the expansion of a program aimed at increasing education and employment opportunities to America’s Veterans to an additional to 25 new communities. The Veterans Economic Communities Initiative (VECI) brings together local and national partners to coordinate services for Veterans, Servicemembers and military families. Announcement of the expanded […]

Preservation Successes at Antietam

During ceremonies today at Antietam National Battlefield, Deputy Secretary of the Interior Michael Connor joined the Civil War Trust to announce the preservation of 44 historic acres at the battlefield’s epicenter. “This land is exceptionally important to the story of Antietam,” said Connor. “It is rare to preserve a property of such historic significance, and […]

Breakthrough Treatment Programs and Hope for Victims of Traumatic Brain Injury

With national alarm rising over Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in professional sports and the military, a new 12-minute documentary ( from Passing Lane Films tells of the remarkable breakthrough treatments for TBI at special facilities on two military bases – Army Fort Campbell (KY) and Marine Camp Lejeune (NC). These Intrepid Spirit Centers (ISCs) report […]

Study Shows Military Leaders Are The Key To Service Members Seeking Help

The Bowen Group today released the results of a study undertaken to better understand where military members, veterans and their families seek help when they’re feeling stress. The results overwhelmingly lead to one conclusion: military leaders. Company president Deborah Mayberry said “This study clearly demonstrates what we’ve known all along. The military culture is unique […]

VA Announces $12.8 Million in funding to Help the Homeless

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald today announced $12.8 million in renewal funding through the Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program to 20 community agencies that currently provide transitional housing with supportive services for homeless Veterans under the Transition in Place (TIP) model. As a key component of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) […]

The American Legion calls for action on Keystone XL Pipeline

The head of the nation’s largest veterans service organization blasted the White House today for its prolonged opposition to the job-creating Keystone XL Pipeline. “This month marks the seventh anniversary since a permit request was submitted to the U.S. State Department that would lessen America’s dependence on Middle Eastern oil and create an estimated 42,000 […]

Water Testing at Southeastern Veterans’ Center Reveals Legionella

Routine water testing at the Southeastern Veterans’ Center (SEVC) in Spring City has identified the presence of Legionella bacteria in the water treatment system. No cases have been reported of any residents having a physical aliment or diagnosis of Legionaries Disease. There is only a presence of the bacteria at this time. Testing was conducted […]

VA Announces $4 Million in Funding to Help the Homeless

Today, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald announced the award of $4 million in renewal funding offered through the Grant and Per Diem (GPD) Program to 21 community agencies that currently provide enhanced services for homeless Veterans with special needs. “These important grant renewals will allow community agencies to continue to provide critical transitional […]