Bettijo An Amazing Emergency Landing by an Israeli F-15 that had one of it’s wings knocked off in a simulated combat training mission. Having only one wing isn’t a situation any pilot wants to find himself in so it’s remarkable that he survived the mid air collision and was able to land the plane safety.
Bettijo Wow! There is so much inspiring talent in the world. Take Tim Poe, for example, who made his television debut on “America’s Got Talent.”
Tim is a disabled war veteran who suffered brain damage while serving in Afghanistan – he’s also an amazing singer. And while Tim stutters when he talks, he doesn’t stutter while he sings. How incredible is that?!
Please enjoy Tim performing “If Tomorrow Never Comes” by Garth Brooks – and SHARE this truly incredible video with your friends!
Escaped commieny Time sensitive: On March 24, 2015, Representative Joe Wilson of South Carolina introduced H.R. 1594, a bill to repeal the requirement for reduction of survivor annuities under the Survivor Benefit Plan for military surviving spouses to offset the receipt of veterans Dependency and Indemnity Compensation.
This bill is in accordance with a longstanding DAV resolution, passed each year by the delegates to our National Convention. H.R. 1594 was referred to the House Armed Services Committee on March 24, 2015.
Please use the prepared email or draft your own to request that your Representative support this important bill and ask that it be brought to the floor for a vote and passed as soon as possible.
Thank you for all you do for veterans and their families.
Escaped commieny A new song from the maestro about PTSD and the Loss of servicemen worldwide to suicide. I couldn't get to post before, get your tissues out.
March 13 at 09:34 EST .
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Balogreene We're working on a Technical Manual, have a Chief Warrant Officer, and a Staff Sergeant this week helping us get ready for testing. Today the buzz was, the major was coming to meet us. Someone said "she", and I did a double take. I weirdly think Major=male. Bad, bad, me. She came, and was really a nice person.
She seems very young to this 62-yr-old woman, I was told, graduate from college at 21 or 22, 6 to 8 years to become a major, you should be a major by 30. She's also about 5' and 90 pounds. But, we entertained her, let her play with our system without judgement of her skill (we've all been there ), and laughed and had fun, while she figured out this new thing she is in charge of.
I love working with soldiers, but, this was a new experience. The respect shown is kind of new, I've met high officers before without having to stand in their presence, but, the soldiers,and ex-soldiers were, so I did.
Chief and Sergeant are different, we are all equals, and they are teaching me so much. I love them, even offered to adopt the Sergeant, but, he said I'd have to take his whole family : )