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A Lesser-Known Group At Risk of Suicide—Children of Servicemembers
Military kids can suffer from emotional stressors, that left unaddressed, can increase their risk of taking their own lives.
Swedish Officials Ask Pentagon to Increase U.S. Naval Presence in Baltic Sea
Amphibious warships and elements of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit are in the Baltic, along with a guided-missile destroyer, officials confirmed.
|U.S. Airlifts Baby Formula From Europe|
A second shipment, which is expected to arrive this week, would bring the supply of formula up to the equivalent of 1.5 million eight-ounce bottles of three formulas, which would later be distributed from a Nestlé facility in Pennsylvania.
U.S. Navy Names Destroyer After Filipino Medal of Honor Recipient
A future Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer will be named USS Telesforo Trinidad, after Fireman 2nd Class Telesforo De La Cruz Trinidad, Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro announced.
Navy Desertions Have More Than Doubled Amid Suicide Concerns, as Sailors Feel Trapped by Contracts
The number of sailors who deserted the Navy more than doubled from 2019 to 2021, highlighting the lack of options contract-bound sailors face when they’re desperate to leave.
Today I have no excerpts from my upcoming book, Signs of Hope for the Military: In an Out of the Trenches of Life. I am going to talk straight talk with you.
You served your country. You sacrificed your time to protect our country. Some have faced war wounds, others PTSD. Yet…they still love their country, and many would go back into the service in a New York minute.
Many went to battle and didn’t come home alive. They gave their all to protect our country, and the people of the country they died in.
This weekend is Memorial Day Weekend. Time to honor those who served and also gave their all.
Reach out to those fellow veterans around you and thank them. I am proud to be a veteran, and so should you.
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You are never alone.
You are never forsaken.
You are never unloved.
And above all…never, ever, give up!