Military wife, mom worries troops are now being forgotten

With Veteran’s Day approaching, a Southfield military wife and mother said she’s worried our current veterans are being forgotten. “The World Series is nice and all but I wish our troops would get a little more recognition,” said Cynthia Hawk, whose husband is the commander and son is a member of the 182nd Field Artillery, […]

The American Legion Selects to Help Advance Veterans’ Careers

Indianapolis, Oct. 19 – The American Legion, the world’s largest military veterans service organization – – announced today they have selected, the world’s largest military affinity destination on the web and network site of Monster Worldwide, to better assist veterans in their job search. Under the agreement, will serve as the exclusive […]

Vietnam Veterans Legacy Foundation, Veterans Sue Kerry Associates

PHILADELPHIA – PRNewswire – The ongoing battle over the truth of alleged war crimes and atrocities committed by Americans in the Vietnam War moves to a Philadelphia courtroom this week. An action filed in Philadelphia’s Common Pleas Court today by a group of highly decorated veterans and POWs may finally hold Massachusetts Senator John Kerry […]

Vietnam Vets Start Legal Defense Fund

BROCKTON, Mass. – Gray-haired Patrick Barnes still wears a crew cut and sits ramrod straight in his chair. Before clamping his cell phone shut, he says “Semper Fi” to a buddy instead of “bye.” Barnes, a 58-year-old Marine veteran of Vietnam who earned a Purple Heart for wounds suffered during the 1968 Tet Offensive, is […]