Sgt. Frank Charrow Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: Sgt. Frank Charrow lost and found Editor’s Note: General Bell is the former Commanding General 220th Military Police Brigade (Army Reserve), USMA Graduate Class 1957, Graduate of Army and National War Colleges and is the author of more than 300 military, domestic and foreign publications.  He is also the most published free-lance writer in the 20th Century to the oldest military journal in the world still being published, the Austrian OeMZ. In this Cover Story, he gives a little-known historical perspective of D-Day, the Allied Forces attack on Normandy Beach nearly 75 years ago.
Scott's View Military & Veterans Life Scott's View: The True Meaning of Military Appreciation Month When Veterans Advantage pioneered the concept of everyday discounts for veterans, military, and their families nearly 20 years ago, corporations had no idea why they should do it. But as this coming Memorial Day will prove, there are many reasons we should be grateful for the freedoms we enjoy today. Our Cover Story helps you navigate the complexities of many “military discounts” you can expect to see -- and remember our partners  have created your exclusive discounts so you can be recognized for your military service every day, and include your families.
Medal of Honor Foundation Birthday Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: Recognizing Medal of Honor Recipients The Congressional Medal of Honor (MOH) dates back to the Civil War when President Lincoln and Congress created it as our nation’s highest military decoration.  A service member awarded the MOH  is recognized for “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty.”  Every March 25, National Medal of Honor Day and for a week thereafter, the living recipients are recognized and celebrated for their great service to our country.
care packages Military & Veterans Life 5 Ways to Help Our Troops, Military Families, and Veterans in Need this Holiday Season Many veterans return from duty to lead full lives with successful careers. But it’s important to keep in mind, especially during the holidays, that some military and veterans do not have a strong support system. Many of our brothers and sisters struggle with Post Traumatic Stress, are alone for the holidays or, sadly, have struggled to find employment and don’t even have a home this winter. 
POPS Christmas Concert Military & Veterans Life Scott's View: Philly POPS Salute Military and First Responders with Free Christmas Concert Last Friday, December 1st, Lin and I were lucky enough to attend the Philly POPS annual holiday benefit concert I’ll Be Home for Christmas: A Salute to the Military and First Responders, as guests of HeroVet Chuck Widger (hyperlink to Chuck’s profile) and his spouse Barbara. For the fourth year, the 65-piece POPS orchestra kicked off it’s Christmas concert season by hosting free tickets for 2,000 members of the military, veterans, police and fire departments, and their families. 

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