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
Published work: Exposing military kids to culture through travel
One thing I’ve learned living in so many locations is exposure to diverse cultures helps us understand how past events affect our current situations.
Published work: Swords to plowshares: A military family’s transition to homesteading
Despite zero experience farming, Col. Steve and Nancy Dawson have joined the ranks of veteran farmers by establishing their Honking Goose Homestead.
Published work: Lack of cyber talent remains a national security threat
“America’s cybersecurity workforce is a strategic asset that protects the American people, the homeland, and the American way of life.”
Published work: Colorado soldiers aid homeless as part of COVID-19 mission
My article on what Reserve and National Guard units are doing to help the homeless in Colorado highlights how the military serves in humanitarian missions during crisis.