On December 14, 2019, thousands of volunteers went to cemeteries nationwide to commemorate deceased servicemembers during Wreaths Across America Day. On this day, volunteers laid Christmas wreaths adorned with bright red bows on individual gravesites.
Military spouses face particular challenges in completing their education. Continuous moves from changes in duty station make completing a degree at a traditional brick-and-mortar school nearly impossible.
On Saturday, December 14, 2019, volunteers from all over the United States will participate in one of the year’s most sincere and heartfelt traditions to honor the fallen during the holiday season.
When the Washington Nationals won the 2019 World Series last week, they ended a 95-year drought since a Washington baseball team won the world championship in 1924.
In this short video, military veteran and host Wes O’Donnell explores the leadership lessons from Sir Winston Churchill. In this episode, brevity in communication.
Are you a military spouse that would benefit from financial assistance to get started on a career enhancing education program?
It’s a great honor and a privilege to serve in the military. But let’s also remember the great sacrifice made by family members of military personnel. They often don’t see or hear from their deployed loved ones for months on end. Sometimes, they aren’t allowed to even know where their loved ones are.
According to Hire Heroes USA, an organization that specializes in veteran employment, the military spouse unemployment rate is four times the national average.