Charity Ride Provides Healing For Veterans Contributed by Debbie Gregory In 2014, Army Airborne Paratrooper, “Indian” Dave Frey was riding solo to the Sturgis Bike Rally when his path crossed with a fellow Paratrooper from his unit, and they quickly became friends. They talked about fellow veterans that were returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and how […]
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Cancer Claims the Life of the “Ultimate American Airman” Contributed by Debbie Gregory New Hampshire Senators Maggie Hassan and Jeanne Shaheen hope that the Environmental Protection Agency will “understand and address the PFAS contamination problem facing the nation,” especially the perfluorooctanesulfonic acid contamination around the Pease International Tradeport, which was once Pease Air Force […]
WWII Legend ‘Sgt. Rosie,’ Rosenkrantz Finally Laid to Rest By Debbie Gregory. After 74 years, Staff Sgt.David “Sgt. Rosie” Rosenkrantz was finally laid to rest just outside of his hometown of Los Angeles. The 28-year-old legend had been overseas for just three months when he and another paratrooper were mistakenly dropped into […]
Veterans Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuits over Open Burn Pits By Debbie Gregory During the OEF and OIF wars, government contractors burned up to 227 metric tons of hazardous waste at forward operating bases using jet fuel in large ground pits. Now veterans and their families have asked a federal appeals court to reinstate […]
Veterans Who Became Billionaires By Debbie Gregory. A few of their names may sound familiar, and a few may not. But two things that the following men all have in common are that they are billionaires, and they all served in the U.S. Military. S. Daniel Abraham, Army- As the founder of the […]
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