Veterans

A Veteran’s View on MOVA

A Veteran’s View on MOVA

Guest post submitted by Gonzalo Duran The misuse of time and energy wasted at legislation within the Mayor’s Office of Veteran Affairs (MOVA) continues to astonish me. The terse timeframe for the new Commissioner General, Loree Suttons’, statement that “She […]

by · October 2, 2014 · Editorials, Veterans
Left to right: Ned Vaughn, Marc Baron, Travis Mills with Gene DeFrancis at the Washington DC GI Film Festival.

Walking Vets: PTSD, Suicide and the Unsung Heroes

By Contributor Gene DeFrancis The Walking Dead has become easily one of my favorite shows to watch on TV. I am so excited for its return. I still have not put my finger on why I love it so much […]

by · October 1, 2014 · Editorials, Veterans
5th Annual Thank-A-Vet Boat Outing

5th Annual Thank-A-Vet Boat Outing

Many people talk about thanking our veterans for their service but some questions still linger: What’s the right way to say “thank you” and Can more be done? Stepping up to answer these questions is Judy Lanci of The American […]

by · September 30, 2014 · Local Events, Local News, News, Veterans
Profiles from the Veterans Hall of Fame 2014 : Arma E. Andon

Profiles from the Veterans Hall of Fame 2014 : Arma E. Andon

From the nyssenate.gov: Captain and Company Commander Arma E. Andon Award: Honoring Our Veterans Year: 2014 Arma E. Andon embodies the life, character and abilities of a generation of leaders who exemplify the great American spirit. Mr. Andon, also referred […]

by · July 30, 2014 · Veterans
Profiles from the Veterans Hall of Fame 2014 : George Alexander, Jr.

Profiles from the Veterans Hall of Fame 2014 : George Alexander, Jr.

From the nyssenate.gov: George Alexander, Jr. was born on June 18, 1920, and raised in Palatka, Florida. After serving his country in the United States Navy, he was honorably discharged in 1945. Mr. Alexander devoted much of his time and […]

by · July 21, 2014 · Veterans