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 New York City Armistice Day 1918 Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: History of Veterans Day Private Harry Atwood, a bicycle messenger in the 341st Field Artillery Regiment’s headquarters company, was carrying battle orders on a dismal 11 November 1918 while his regiment’s guns were firing in support of the 28th Division.  They were attacking German fortifications around the French city of Metz. At 1059 hours, all the regiment’s guns delivered a massive salvo of artillery rounds into the German entrenchments.  It was the last time the battalion fired a shot in anger. One minute later there was complete silence.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl The launch of season two of the wildly popular Serial podcast caught millions of fans by surprise, chronicling the controversial capture and release of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. Serial’s ongoing coverage of the story brought the dramatic military account back to the forefront of the American public’s attention, and, by some accounts, the podcast’s in-depth study of Bergdahl and his capture may have spurred Department of Defense officials to take action.
Vincent Hancock Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: From Combat Boots to Chef Toques After Ben Lubin completed his service with the U.S. Marines in 2009, he returned to his hometown of West Palm Beach, Fla., and opened a wine bar. It didn’t take long for Lubin to realize that opening a wine bar without a restaurant background was like going into combat without proper training. To ensure The Blind Monk was successful, the former artillery officer enrolled in a six-month culinary program at the International Culinary Center.
The Army's own Sgt. Vincent Hancock takes gold in Skeet Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: Military Olympians, World Class Performance in London 2012 The sun set on the Olympic Games in London last week, closing the curtain once again on a global celebration of athletic excellence. As always, thousands of extremely talented individuals demonstrated the discipline, work ethic and sense of purpose that comes with representing one’s country – while America continues to maintain a uniquely high standard when world-class athletics is combined with military service.
John Maniaci/Courtesy of Georgetown University Department of Performing Arts - Sarah Parker, Yoko Sugimoto-Ikezawa and Joe Jehle perform Robin Becker's "Into Sunlight." The dance is a collection of images, such as a boat that took soldiers across the ocean and a football star who is cut down by bullets. Military & Veterans News Cover Story: From Memoir of War and Loss, ‘Into Sunlight’ Seeks to Heal The following dance review – chronicling a series of historic events during the Vietnam War – appeared recently in the Washington Post, and included an interview with Veterans Advantage founder Scott Higgins, who continues the company’s sponsorship of the performance and the distribution of free tickets to Veterans Advantage “VetRewards” Card members. This review appeared ahead of the performance in Washington, D.C. earlier this month, and after Veterans Advantage’s sponsorship of the event in New York City during the summer.

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