The Untold Story of an Army Medic’s Keychain
Yesterday a service technician from Time Warner showed up to hook up my cable and Internet. But as we began to talk I learned that he wasn’t only a service technician – he was also a serviceman, a former army medic. I began asking questions about his experience in the military. He was as medic at the nearest hospital to the twin towers in New York when they fell on 9/11. He was a first responder. He went back and forth between the hospital and the pentagon in the afterma
Our Veterans Deserve Better.
President Obama is set to announce new initiatives to improve veterans’ healthcare and help rectify a troubling scandal involving the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA). These new plans include boosting research into brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder, strengthening suicide prevention efforts among veterans, and making it easier for veterans to obtain mental health services provided by the VA or civilian doctors after leaving active duty. Despite the goodwill