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Veteran’s Day 2018

I was honored to be the guest speaker for the Woodsville, NH Veteran’s Day Ceremony this year.  I spent a part of my military life learning the basic art of artillery there and was humbled when asked to address the

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The Wall, A Powerful Memorial

On May 17, 1969, CPT David R. Crocker Jr. was killed in action in Viet Nam. His widow Ruth recounts her life with CPT Crocker in her book Those Who Remain. She details attending a reunion of her husband’s unit

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Remembering

Memorial Day is upon us again. It is a day to remember those military members who died in service to their country. Often there memorials are led by veterans who find themselves the objects of other people’s gratitude. The result

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Of Veterans and Veteran’s Families

On Memorial Day, we take time to remember those who died in combat. We should. There are two groups who we should also remember; the family members of those who died, and those who later die by their own hand

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Four Tips for Being Fully Present with People: A Coaching Perspective

Source: Four Tips for Being Fully Present with People: A Coaching Perspective

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Remember the over 625,513 War Dead

The poor fellows think they are safe! They think that the war is over! Only the dead have seen the end of war. George Santayanna 1924 from Tipperary. By the time the Forgotten Fifty loaded the C-17 at the airfield

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I came back from combat, why the #@!% am I so angry!?!?

I was on vacation and the tourism bureau had a slogan for the area, “Once you go you know.”  Combat vets recognize the symptoms but not always the causes and reasons.  This blog explains much. If this is you, make

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