Published Work: Organizations offer support, connect diverse military families

“We are all humans, and we serve to protect national security,” Dane said. “And groups like ours help attract quality soldiers and keep soldiers, therefore making a better military.”

Published Work: Cyber Patriot preps military kids for tech fields

There are “burgeoning, powerful, and persistent threats that can kill our economy faster than a virus,” said Air Force veteran and STEM advocate, Mike Cullen

Published Work: From Musician, to Soldier, and back again

Okechukwu’s mother filled the family home in Dallas, Texas with church song—the genesis of his aspirations as a musician, educator, and future officer in the Army Band.

Published Work: Graduates of Youth Challenge choose career pathways

“Things worth having are earned, not given.” Michigan state director Michael Gillum

Published Work: Organization creates rally point for veterans after service.

Combined Arms is like air traffic control, serving as a conduit between service agencies and transitioning vets.

Published Work: Honoring the warrior spirit: The National American Indian Veterans Memorial

We may have been a conquered people, but we were not a defeated people, and our warriors will always rise to the call of battle.

Published Work: ROTC Instructor learned in combat

“The most powerful lesson Sgt. 1st Class Neusmith has taught is life is what you make of it and that in order to be a good leader you have to take initiate and make the change you want to see,” Yellin concluded.

Published Work: Military families in Poland

Accept the challenges and embrace the adventure!

Published Work: New Eisenhower Monument, “is the best piece of evidence America works.”

“Humility must always be the portion of any man who receives acclaim earned in the blood of his followers and the sacrifices of his friends.”

Published Work: From Kenya to the Chaplain Corps

Army Maj. Patrick Khhiu’s journey to becoming a chaplain and U.S. soldier began in the slums of Kenya

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Published Work: “Is your military family safe online?”

Published Work: “Is your military family safe online?”

“A survey paints an alarming picture of what kids are encountering online, while more than half of parents admit to not monitoring activity.

Nearly one-third of adolescents said they met someone online who claimed to be someone they were not, using fake photos and fake identities, according to the National Cyber Security Alliance, while other findings reveal only 41% of parents say they check their teenager online versus 68% who monitor children under 9 years old. At a time when digital users are connected daily at school, work and home, experts recommend families take stock of their cyber fitness.”

Published Work: “Mental health: A war veteran’s message of hope”

Published Work: “Mental health: A war veteran’s message of hope”

Former Spc. Chris Blevins, war veteran, has a message for other veterans, military members and families struggling with mental health issues, especially suicide: There is hope.

Blevins’ 14 years of service as an Army military policeman included a tour in Afghanistan from 2006 to 2007 and Iraq in 2009. He thought of his job as rewarding, but Blevins details how a series of traumatic events and setbacks sent him down a path of depression, alcohol and prescription drug abuse, to a moment he thought his only solution was suicide.

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