Category Archives: Patriotism

Red Tails Tuskegee Airman - Veteran's Outreach Ministries
04 Jun
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Red Tails Tuskegee Airman

Article by Antionette Blake On January 20, 2012, George Lucas released the movie Red Tails, a movie that featured a crew of African American pilots in the Tuskegee training program, having faced segregation while kept mostly on the ground during ...

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Two Grandfathers, Their Stories - Veteran's Outreach Ministries
04 Jun
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Two Grandfathers, Their Stories

Article by Brandon S. Boas What is a role model? To me, it involves any person that influenced me to become the best version of myself. I’m proud to say I’ve had two major role models that not only guided ...

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Removing the Barriers to Women in the VA Healthcare System
04 Jun
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Removing the Barriers to Women in the VA Healthcare System

An Article by Lishamarie Hunter Our country has an obligation to provide quality healthcare for those who have served and sacrificed to defend our constitution. In many ways they do this very effectively. Female veterans were not entitled to Veterans’ ...

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Women in the Military - VOM Magazine - Veteran's Outreach Ministries
11 Dec
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Women in the Military, Part 4 of 4

A Series by Lishamarie Hunter This is the last installment of the four part series celebrating all the contributions that women have made for this nation’s democracy and freedom. Women have always stood ready to serve and fight for this ...

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Women in the Military - Veteran's Outreach Ministries
30 Aug
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Women in the Military, Part 3 of 4

A Series by Lishamarie Hunter Unique Challenges The past two articles that I have written provided a chronological timeline of how women have served this nation’s military, starting with the Revolutionary War up to today’s modern conflicts. The growing number ...

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Women in the Military - Veteran's Outreach Ministries
16 May
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Women in the Military, Part 2 of 4

A Series by Lishamarie Hunter We will discuss women taking on more active combat roles in the military throughout the second part of this series. This article will highlight the women who broke barriers and provided the background for the ...

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45 Ways to Honor a Veteran
17 Apr
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45 Ways to Honor a Vet

Following is a list of 45 things you can do to honor a Veteran, developed by the Behavioral Health staff at the Spokane VA Medical Center. Our Veterans selflessly serve our Country for our freedom. Let’s not take this lightly. ...

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17 Apr
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The Story of Taps

Article by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images The 24-note melancholy bugle call known as “taps” is thought to be a revision of a French bugle signal, called “tattoo,” that notified soldiers to cease an ...

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Women in the Military - Veteran's Outreach Ministries
17 Apr
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Women in the Military, Part 1 of 2

A Series by Lishamarie Hunter This is the first in a four part series highlighting females accomplishments and the evolution of their services to the country and military. I am Lishamarie Hunter, I am a retired veteran. I spent 25 ...

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POW/MIA Table
17 Apr
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The POW/MIA Table A Setting for One, A Table for All

By Annalisa C. Underwood For Navy Live, Oct 2014 If you’ve ever been to a military ball, stepped inside a chow hall, or attended an event at a military veterans association in your local community, you’ve likely noticed the small, ...

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