We no longer have to go searching for this nowthat the VA has gotten into the act of helping through its partnership with RallyPoint. Click here for available meal and other discounts, generally on November 11 only — Veterans Day. It may be good for business, but many, like Mission BBQ, are also Read more…
With the sometimes venal political beat-ups over decisions made past and present in regard to the recent events in Afghanistan, compounded by local reporters trying to solicit comments from any current era veterans about their thoughts over the matter for the sake of a story and the blitz of media video and pictures, it is should be no surprise that a few veterans are in a funk; or, in extreme cases, experiencing a resurfacing of post-traumatic stress.
While for the majority, a listening ear from family, friends, and associates is all that might be necessary, it is also good to know bona fide resources for more serious situations. Many of these can be found through the Answers Desk section of this website, but are re-listed here for convenience. Our thanks to Jenna Jordan of Spectrum News, Cleveland, Ohio, who actually did something useful through contacting the VA. One or two of the resources might surprise you: (more…)
### As of 11 November 2020
Despite the pandemic, the “march” goes on in some creative ways. Go to LVMAC Special Events and the Morning Call site. ### As of 8 November 2020
Momentum for PA VFW’s No Smoking Indoors Campaign Continues to March On
There has been loads of talk these days about improving the well-being of military veterans and their families. But without the well-being of chartered veterans organizations such as the VFW, The American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, AMVETS, Vietnam Veterans of America and others also being maintained, that prospect instantly becomes harder. The veterans benefits we have today were largely hard-earned through these organizations. (more…)
The City of Allentown is sponsoring a new veterans’ event during Veterans Day period. The intention is to make it an annual event. The city envisions a month-long initiative to honor the city’s veterans, kicking off this year on Saturday, November 2, 2019, at 7th & Hamilton Streets in the heart of Downtown Allentown. (more…)