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Today we made the Grinch's heart grow bigger by making special birthday cards for a World War 2 vet in California and we also made decorations for the daycare. #kindnessmatters. #honoringvets
Today we made the Grinch's heart grow bigger by making special birthday cards for a World War 2 vet in California and we also made decorations for the daycare. #kindnessmatters . #honoringvets 
At the VFW  center cooking a prime rib dinner for WWII vets this evening- so honoured!!! #culinarystudent #honoringvets #wwii #givingback #feelsgood
Our clothing distribution area is expanding! Averaging 500 Veterans a month who walk through our doors, some walk out with clothing donated by community members. We are thankful for donations we receive supporting our Veterans in anyway possible! #gratitude #grateful #helpingveterans #helpingothers #helpinghomelessveterans ##veteranshelpingveterans #supportingourcommunity #givingback #givingbacktothecommunity #honoringvets #southernoregon #medfordoregon #jacksoncountyoregon #wecare #forourveterans
Our clothing distribution area is expanding! Averaging 500 Veterans a month who walk through our doors, some walk out with clothing donated by community members. We are thankful for donations we receive supporting our Veterans in anyway possible! #gratitude  #grateful  #helpingveterans  #helpingothers  #helpinghomelessveterans  ##veteranshelpingveterans  #supportingourcommunity  #givingback  #givingbacktothecommunity  #honoringvets  #southernoregon  #medfordoregon  #jacksoncountyoregon  #wecare  #forourveterans 
A self-described “typical Long Island suburbanite,” Bill Ober spent his formative years around the water in the 1950s. While his grandparents and his father were immigrants to the United States, they never saw themselves as anything other than Americans, instilling in him a profound respect for the #American way of life. Ober wanted to serve with the best, so he enlisted with the @marines.

His desire for a challenge did not go unanswered. The discipline he experienced shaped Ober's expectations of others and of himself. It was brutal and unforgiving, but he knew that if he could do this, he could do anything. Ober went back to college and graduated with honors in only two years, and he completed a master’s degree in half that time by enrolling as both a day and night student. He spent the next 32 years guiding high school students as a teacher and as a coach of multiple sports.

Ober was taught to embrace the American way of life and fought to defend it when called upon. His other accomplishments include spending five years as a volunteer with the @nationalparkservice, as well as competing in numerous marathons. Ober was voted the detachment Marine of the Year in 2009 and the New York State Department Marine of the Year in 2013. Thank you for your service, Bill! #HonoringVets
A self-described “typical Long Island suburbanite,” Bill Ober spent his formative years around the water in the 1950s. While his grandparents and his father were immigrants to the United States, they never saw themselves as anything other than Americans, instilling in him a profound respect for the #American  way of life. Ober wanted to serve with the best, so he enlisted with the @marines. His desire for a challenge did not go unanswered. The discipline he experienced shaped Ober's expectations of others and of himself. It was brutal and unforgiving, but he knew that if he could do this, he could do anything. Ober went back to college and graduated with honors in only two years, and he completed a master’s degree in half that time by enrolling as both a day and night student. He spent the next 32 years guiding high school students as a teacher and as a coach of multiple sports. Ober was taught to embrace the American way of life and fought to defend it when called upon. His other accomplishments include spending five years as a volunteer with the @nationalparkservice, as well as competing in numerous marathons. Ober was voted the detachment Marine of the Year in 2009 and the New York State Department Marine of the Year in 2013. Thank you for your service, Bill! #HonoringVets 
On Sunday, November 25, the Lynchburg VA Clinic’s staff members, Dana Hawkins, LCSW, Melissa Morgan, LPN, Joyce Stowers, RN, Stephanie Taylor, RN, and Theresa Whorley, LPN attended, a Day of Honor, Love, and Tribute for Mr. Maurice Millner. 
Mr. Millner is a #KoreanWar #Veteran and a pillar of the Lynchburg Virginia community. Mr. Millner has been a member of the Lynchburg @theamericanlegion Post 16 Color Guard for more than 40 years. He has rendered more than 4000 Military Funeral Honors and has proudly served not only our #Veterans and their families, but the Lynchburg community. Mr. Millner was also a part of the Color Guard who presented the colors at the Lynchburg VA Clinic’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on September 29, 2008. 
It was indeed a pleasure for the Lynchburg VA Clinic’s staff to attend the event. For his #service and #dedication, Mr. Millner was presented with the “Coin of Honor” by the staff members from the Lynchburg VA Clinic.  #HonoringVets
On Sunday, November 25, the Lynchburg VA Clinic’s staff members, Dana Hawkins, LCSW, Melissa Morgan, LPN, Joyce Stowers, RN, Stephanie Taylor, RN, and Theresa Whorley, LPN attended, a Day of Honor, Love, and Tribute for Mr. Maurice Millner. Mr. Millner is a #KoreanWar  #Veteran  and a pillar of the Lynchburg Virginia community. Mr. Millner has been a member of the Lynchburg @theamericanlegion Post 16 Color Guard for more than 40 years. He has rendered more than 4000 Military Funeral Honors and has proudly served not only our #Veterans  and their families, but the Lynchburg community. Mr. Millner was also a part of the Color Guard who presented the colors at the Lynchburg VA Clinic’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on September 29, 2008. It was indeed a pleasure for the Lynchburg VA Clinic’s staff to attend the event. For his #service  and #dedication , Mr. Millner was presented with the “Coin of Honor” by the staff members from the Lynchburg VA Clinic. #HonoringVets 
Dr. Regina Godbout, deputy chief of staff, John Hinson, Associate Director for Sacramento Valley, and several other VA NorCal personnel traveled to Chico Wednesday, Nov. 14 to provide #support to the Chico VA Clinic and the VA assets and personnel deployed to the Camp Fire evacuation shelters. Among other services, VA NorCal is providing flu shots at the shelters at the Butte County Fairgrounds on Hazel Street in Gridley and Neighborhood Church on Notre Dame Boulevard in Chico. Several hundred #Veterans have been impacted by the fire, which had grown to more than 130,000 acres Wednesday, Nov. 14. #DisasterRelief #NorCalFires #HonoringVets #CampFire
Dr. Regina Godbout, deputy chief of staff, John Hinson, Associate Director for Sacramento Valley, and several other VA NorCal personnel traveled to Chico Wednesday, Nov. 14 to provide #support  to the Chico VA Clinic and the VA assets and personnel deployed to the Camp Fire evacuation shelters. Among other services, VA NorCal is providing flu shots at the shelters at the Butte County Fairgrounds on Hazel Street in Gridley and Neighborhood Church on Notre Dame Boulevard in Chico. Several hundred #Veterans  have been impacted by the fire, which had grown to more than 130,000 acres Wednesday, Nov. 14. #DisasterRelief  #NorCalFires  #HonoringVets  #CampFire 
I did funeral honors and presented the flag this morning. It was my first time doing it and I was just focusing on not crying 😢 It ended up looking really sharp with the guys folding the flag and the whole presentation. #honoringvets #honoringthefallen #usarmy
I did funeral honors and presented the flag this morning. It was my first time doing it and I was just focusing on not crying 😢 It ended up looking really sharp with the guys folding the flag and the whole presentation. #honoringvets  #honoringthefallen  #usarmy 
Thank you to the Women in Sports and Events (#WISE Las Vegas) for your donation to the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (#VASNHS) Voluntary Service, and taking the time to discuss how we can all help to serve #Veterans in our area. #HonoringVets
Thank you to the Women in Sports and Events (#WISE  Las Vegas) for your donation to the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (#VASNHS ) Voluntary Service, and taking the time to discuss how we can all help to serve #Veterans  in our area. #HonoringVets 
National Association of Veterans Programs Administrators
2018 Scholarship Application Deadline January 11th, 2019
APPLY NOW > http://www.navpa.org/scholarship-application/
#Veterans #VeteranStudents #veteranscholarships #HonoringVets
Earlier today, the 77th Anniversary of the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor was commemorated at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. Several World War II Veterans as well as Veterans from the Korean and Vietnam Wars were honored. Representatives of Canada and Great Britain were also in attendance.

#HonoringVets #HonoringtheFallen #PearlHarborRemembrance #PearlHarborDay #WorldWarIIVets
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🇺🇸@deptvetaffairs At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. 
But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified.

Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets #VAntagePoint #PearlHarbor #ThisDayInHistory #WWII #rodriguezhighschool #rodriguezhigh #angelorodriguezhighschool #angelorodriguezhighschoolsenior #dixonhighschool #dixonhigh #willcwood #willcwoodhighschool
#Repost  @vathefairway with @download_repost ・・・ 🇺🇸@deptvetaffairs At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified. Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets  #VAntagePoint  #PearlHarbor  #ThisDayInHistory  #WWII  #rodriguezhighschool  #rodriguezhigh  #angelorodriguezhighschool  #angelorodriguezhighschoolsenior  #dixonhighschool  #dixonhigh  #willcwood  #willcwoodhighschool 
#VeteransServingVeterans! Meet @usarmy #Veteran Donald Romero! Donald was an 11B in the infantry, and served on deployments in Kuwait and to the Macedonia/Serbia border. Now he serves our #Veterans as the primary mental health provider for the Alamosa and Salida Clinics, as well as providing #telehealth #therapy for Burlington, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Thank you for serving your fellow #Vets, Donald! #VAVets #VeteransofVA #HonoringVets
🇺🇸@deptvetaffairs At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. 
But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified.

Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets #VAntagePoint #PearlHarbor #ThisDayInHistory #WWII
🇺🇸@deptvetaffairs At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified. Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets  #VAntagePoint  #PearlHarbor  #ThisDayInHistory  #WWII 
Honoring & remembering those who served and gave all on the 77th anniversary of #PearlHarborDay. #thankyouforyourservice #HonoringVets #PearlHarbor77 #youarenotforgotten
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At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. 
But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified.

Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets #VAntagePoint #PearlHarbor #ThisDayInHistory #WWII
Honoring & remembering those who served and gave all on the 77th anniversary of #PearlHarborDay . #thankyouforyourservice  #HonoringVets  #PearlHarbor77  #youarenotforgotten  #Repost  @deptvetaffairs (@get_repost) ・・・ At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified. Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets  #VAntagePoint  #PearlHarbor  #ThisDayInHistory  #WWII 
On this #pearlharbor Remembrance Day, VA Under Secretary for Benefits, Paul Lawrence, Ph.D., visited the National #worldwar2 Memorial in Washington, D.C., to remember and honor the sacrifices our brave Veterans have made and continue to make on behalf of our grateful Nation. Link to his short video message is in our bio. #honoringvets #veterans #wwii
On this #pearlharbor  Remembrance Day, VA Under Secretary for Benefits, Paul Lawrence, Ph.D., visited the National #worldwar2  Memorial in Washington, D.C., to remember and honor the sacrifices our brave Veterans have made and continue to make on behalf of our grateful Nation. Link to his short video message is in our bio. #honoringvets  #veterans  #wwii 
Today we are honored to wear our red to honor those who fought in #PearlHarbor. #REDFriday #FairwayNation •••• #Repost @deptvetaffairs with @get_repost
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At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. 
But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified.

Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets #VAntagePoint #PearlHarbor #ThisDayInHistory #WWII
Today we are honored to wear our red to honor those who fought in #PearlHarbor . #REDFriday  #FairwayNation  •••• #Repost  @deptvetaffairs with @get_repost ・・・ At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified. Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets  #VAntagePoint  #PearlHarbor  #ThisDayInHistory  #WWII 
At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. 
But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified.

Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets #VAntagePoint #PearlHarbor #ThisDayInHistory #WWII
At five minutes before 8:00 AM on December 7, 1941, exactly 77 years ago, 183 Japanese aircraft raced across the mountains north of Pearl Harbor with a mission to destroy the U.S. Fleet. Bombs were dropped on fuel and ammunition dumps, buildings, and ships. But in American fashion, these brave men and women pulled together. Ammunition and weapons lockers were cracked open in order to fight back. Army pilots dodged bombs and machine gun fire to make it to their planes in attempt to take to the air and drive off the attackers. Some rendered aid to the injured and dying. Others put their comrades before themselves and risked their own lives to save a stranger. In all, the assault claimed 2,403 American lives and left more than a thousand others wounded, and America’s entry into World War II was solidified. Today, there are only a few Pearl Harbor survivors left, and most of these brave Americans are now in their mid-90s or older. Together, we salute their valor and sacrifice and we honor their fighting spirit: a spirit that has motivated millions of Americans to follow their lead and live by their example. #HonoringVets  #VAntagePoint  #PearlHarbor  #ThisDayInHistory  #WWII 
Today is #pearlharborremembranceday - some of us are taking a moment of silence for the lost patriots more than seven decades ago, kind thoughts for their loved ones, as well as thanking our #veterans 
#honoringvets #pearlharbor
Veterans Serving Veterans! Meet @usnavy #Veteran Oliver Wray! Oliver served as a Machinist Mate in Weapons onboard the #USS Theodore Roosevelt. Now, Oliver serves our #Veterans as a Program Support Assistant in Anesthesiology & Pain Management. Thank you for serving your fellow #Vets, Oliver! #VAVets #VeteransofVA #HonoringVets
Veterans Serving Veterans! Meet @usnavy #Veteran  Oliver Wray! Oliver served as a Machinist Mate in Weapons onboard the #USS  Theodore Roosevelt. Now, Oliver serves our #Veterans  as a Program Support Assistant in Anesthesiology & Pain Management. Thank you for serving your fellow #Vets , Oliver! #VAVets  #VeteransofVA  #HonoringVets 
Dr John Gocio, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (#CAVHS) Chief of Surgery and Anesthesiology; talks with #WWII #Veteran Troy Patchell after presenting him the CAVHS Commemorative Coin on Nov. 16. CAVHS leadership presents the coin to World War II Veterans to honor their service and sacrifice. #HonoringVets  #WWII
Dr John Gocio, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (#CAVHS ) Chief of Surgery and Anesthesiology; talks with #WWII  #Veteran  Troy Patchell after presenting him the CAVHS Commemorative Coin on Nov. 16. CAVHS leadership presents the coin to World War II Veterans to honor their service and sacrifice. #HonoringVets  #WWII 
This week's #VBAtribute honors the life and service of Dr. Olivia Hooker, who died last month. She was 103. After her service during WWII, Hooker continued her education, receiving a Masters from the Teachers College of Columbia University, and a PhD in psychology from the University of Rochester. She retired from teaching at Fordham University in 2002, at 87. This year, before her death, Google honored her service by making her story the "Google Doodle" on Veterans Day. #HonoringVets #Veterans
This week's #VBAtribute  honors the life and service of Dr. Olivia Hooker, who died last month. She was 103. After her service during WWII, Hooker continued her education, receiving a Masters from the Teachers College of Columbia University, and a PhD in psychology from the University of Rochester. She retired from teaching at Fordham University in 2002, at 87. This year, before her death, Google honored her service by making her story the "Google Doodle" on Veterans Day. #HonoringVets  #Veterans 
@Regran_ed from @herogrown -  Since 2014 we’ve given away more than $2,000,000 worth of #cannabis to #Americanheroes. - #regrann  #Veterans #veteransday #VeteransForCannabis #gonja #Marijuana #PTSD #honoringvets
Dr John Gocio, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (#CAVHS) Chief of Surgery and Anesthesiology; talks with #WWII #Veteran Troy Patchell after presenting him the CAVHS Commemorative Coin on Nov. 16. CAVHS leadership presents the coin to World War II Veterans to honor their service and sacrifice. #HonoringVets  #WWII
Dr John Gocio, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (#CAVHS ) Chief of Surgery and Anesthesiology; talks with #WWII  #Veteran  Troy Patchell after presenting him the CAVHS Commemorative Coin on Nov. 16. CAVHS leadership presents the coin to World War II Veterans to honor their service and sacrifice. #HonoringVets  #WWII 
America’s mountain behind US flag waving at half staff in honor of our 41st President George Herbert Walker Bush #presidentbush #georgehwbush #hwbush #flaghalfstaff #honoringvets #honoringpresidentbush #america #americasfreedom #restinpeace
Chief of Public Affairs, Col. Angela L. Funaro of @usarmy Central & Third Army, and her daughter, Cassie, attended a concert at the Durham VA Health Care System on Nov. 10.

Cassie is a #GirlScout and volunteered her time to serve the #Veterans, who were in attendance, as well as members of the Durham Community Concert Band.

We salute you Cassie, for being so helpful and for sacrificing your time for our Veterans! #HonoringVets #ThanksVets #GirlScout #Durham #usarmy
Chief of Public Affairs, Col. Angela L. Funaro of @usarmy Central & Third Army, and her daughter, Cassie, attended a concert at the Durham VA Health Care System on Nov. 10. Cassie is a #GirlScout  and volunteered her time to serve the #Veterans , who were in attendance, as well as members of the Durham Community Concert Band. We salute you Cassie, for being so helpful and for sacrificing your time for our Veterans! #HonoringVets  #ThanksVets  #GirlScout  #Durham  #usarmy 
Two special groups of students visited the Houston #VA the week of Nov. 5 to spread cheer and thank our #Veterans for their service. A group of Cosmetology students from Porter High School delivered 300+ roses and visited with our Veterans. 
Students from the Sam Houston Math, Science and Technology Center #JROTC and their instructor, LTC Jesse Washington, visited with our Veterans as well. They also ran into Houston Astros first baseman Tyler White in the lobby!

Thanks to all for their support of our Veterans. #HonoringVets #ThanksVets
Two special groups of students visited the Houston #VA  the week of Nov. 5 to spread cheer and thank our #Veterans  for their service. A group of Cosmetology students from Porter High School delivered 300+ roses and visited with our Veterans. Students from the Sam Houston Math, Science and Technology Center #JROTC  and their instructor, LTC Jesse Washington, visited with our Veterans as well. They also ran into Houston Astros first baseman Tyler White in the lobby! Thanks to all for their support of our Veterans. #HonoringVets  #ThanksVets 
Students of all ages from Mount Hope Christian School came to visit #Veterans at the Beckley #VAMC on Friday, Nov. 9. The younger children sang patriotic songs to Veterans in the Adult Daycare Health Program. Older students asked Veterans in the Hospice and in the Community Living Center about their service.

Thank you to the students, teachers, and volunteers for coming to visit! You made some very special Veterans' whole morning. #HonoringVets #ThanksVets
Students of all ages from Mount Hope Christian School came to visit #Veterans  at the Beckley #VAMC  on Friday, Nov. 9. The younger children sang patriotic songs to Veterans in the Adult Daycare Health Program. Older students asked Veterans in the Hospice and in the Community Living Center about their service. Thank you to the students, teachers, and volunteers for coming to visit! You made some very special Veterans' whole morning. #HonoringVets  #ThanksVets 
Every day IS #VeteransDay. We are proud to serve our #Veterans. #thankyouforyourservice🇺🇸 #honoringvets🇺🇸 #ChooseVA 
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Every day is #Veterans Day at VA. To all those who have served, and to those currently serving, we thank you for your service. #HonoringVets #VeteransDay #ThanksVets #VA
Chief Petty Officer (Ret.) John P. Soltvedt, a World War II #Veteran and Purple Heart Recipient was inducted into the Tomah #VA Medical Center Hall of #Heroes. #HonoringVets #USHeroes #WWII #PurpleHeart #HallOfHeroes
Every day is #Veterans Day at VA. To all those who have served, and to those currently serving, we thank you for your service. #HonoringVets #VeteransDay #ThanksVets #VA
On Nov. 16, members of our Charleston #VAMC staff #volunteered to participate in Trident United Way’s Day Of Caring. They spent the day in Summerville at Beech Hill Elementary helping with painting, yard maintenance and other school projects. #DayOfCaring #GivingBack #Volunteer #HonoringVets
Our salute to President George H. W. Bush in the Chapel. #HonoringVets
Our salute to President George H. W. Bush in the Chapel. #HonoringVets 
Meet @usairforce #Veteran Donald Winter! Don was a #psychiatrist and served on assignments in #Okinawa, #SanAntonio, and #Omaha. Now he works with #homeless #Veterans at the Valor Point Domiciliary in Lakewood. Thank you for serving your fellow Vets, Don! #VAVets #VeteransofVA #VeteransServingVeterans #HonoringVets
Make a difference in a Veteran’s life: 1. Donate 2. Write a letter 3. Volunteer. Call Minneapolis VA Voluntary Services 612-725-2050.
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#Veterans #HealthCare #VAMinneapolis #HonoringVets #education #research #community #Minnesota #Wisconsin #Minneapolis #InternationalVolunteerDay
Today, on this National Day of Mourning, we remember the life and service of US Navy and WWII Veteran, former President of the United States, George H.W. Bush, who died last week. He was 94. Thank you for your service, Mr. President. #honoringvets #vbatribute
Today, on this National Day of Mourning, we remember the life and service of US Navy and WWII Veteran, former President of the United States, George H.W. Bush, who died last week. He was 94. Thank you for your service, Mr. President. #honoringvets  #vbatribute 
I truly love my job. The opportunity to honor and care for our veterans is a blessing. #neverforget #veteransnurse #christmastime🎄 #giveback #honoringvets #landofthebrave
On Nov. 26, Michael E. DeBakey #VAMC cut the ribbon to open the inpatient #holiday gift shop! The gift shop, graciously provided by @theamericanlegion Auxiliary, gives our hospitalized #Veterans the #opportunity to do some holiday shopping for their loved ones at no cost. The Veterans pick out their gifts which are wrapped and mailed so their families can know they are thinking of them while they stay with us at the hospital. A big thanks to the American Legion Auxiliary for making this wonderful market possible! #HoustonVA #HonoringVets
On Nov. 26, Michael E. DeBakey #VAMC  cut the ribbon to open the inpatient #holiday  gift shop! The gift shop, graciously provided by @theamericanlegion Auxiliary, gives our hospitalized #Veterans  the #opportunity  to do some holiday shopping for their loved ones at no cost. The Veterans pick out their gifts which are wrapped and mailed so their families can know they are thinking of them while they stay with us at the hospital. A big thanks to the American Legion Auxiliary for making this wonderful market possible! #HoustonVA  #HonoringVets 
The Walla Walla VA Medical Center joins our sister VAs across the nation in remaining open TOMORROW, DEC. 5. Our #Veterans matter, and all of WWVA's clinics will be open tomorrow. We'll see you tomorrow at your scheduled appointment. #thankyouforyourservice #HonoringVets
The Walla Walla VA Medical Center joins our sister VAs across the nation in remaining open TOMORROW, DEC. 5. Our #Veterans  matter, and all of WWVA's clinics will be open tomorrow. We'll see you tomorrow at your scheduled appointment. #thankyouforyourservice  #HonoringVets 
VA Butler, Pennsylvania, Healthcare System celebrated a Happy 100th Birthday for John Mahler, retired @usairforce Lieutenant Colonel who was a B17 Bomber Pilot in #WWII and who still exercises weekly at VA Butler's Wellness Center. 
Happy Birthday, John! You're an inspiration to all of us. #HonoringVets #HappyHundred
VA Butler, Pennsylvania, Healthcare System celebrated a Happy 100th Birthday for John Mahler, retired @usairforce Lieutenant Colonel who was a B17 Bomber Pilot in #WWII  and who still exercises weekly at VA Butler's Wellness Center. Happy Birthday, John! You're an inspiration to all of us. #HonoringVets  #HappyHundred 
The Robert J. Dole #VA Medical Center held an appreciation banquet for Medical Foster Home Caregivers.

Medical Foster Home Caregivers were presented with a certificate of appreciation for their service to Veterans. "The Dole VA Medical Foster Home program has been a life-saving program for so many #Veterans and their families," said Megan Elston, Dole #VAMC recreational therapist. "Thank you Medical Foster Home Caregivers!" When a #Veteran is sick, YOU care for them. When a Veteran needs a shoulder to cry on – YOU are there. When a Veteran needs a friend, YOU are that friend. The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center thanks you for your service to those who served us! #HonoringVets #ThanksVets #HomeCaregivers
The Robert J. Dole #VA  Medical Center held an appreciation banquet for Medical Foster Home Caregivers. Medical Foster Home Caregivers were presented with a certificate of appreciation for their service to Veterans. "The Dole VA Medical Foster Home program has been a life-saving program for so many #Veterans  and their families," said Megan Elston, Dole #VAMC  recreational therapist. "Thank you Medical Foster Home Caregivers!" When a #Veteran  is sick, YOU care for them. When a Veteran needs a shoulder to cry on – YOU are there. When a Veteran needs a friend, YOU are that friend. The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center thanks you for your service to those who served us! #HonoringVets  #ThanksVets  #HomeCaregivers 
#Veterans, as the nation mourns the loss of #presidentgeorgehwbush, we will join in celebrating his life by honoring a #DayofRemembrance on Wednesday, #December 5th. However, your #RMR #VAMC clinics and Community Outpatient Clinics will be open and fully operational. Clinical operations will continue normally and with no impact to patient care. We will see you for your appointments tomorrow. #HonoringVets #ECHCS
#Veterans , as the nation mourns the loss of #presidentgeorgehwbush , we will join in celebrating his life by honoring a #DayofRemembrance  on Wednesday, #December  5th. However, your #RMR  #VAMC  clinics and Community Outpatient Clinics will be open and fully operational. Clinical operations will continue normally and with no impact to patient care. We will see you for your appointments tomorrow. #HonoringVets  #ECHCS 
An Occupational Therapist (OT) from the Community Living Center (CLC) Social Focus Cohort (SFC) at the San Francisco VA Medical Center has been partnering with four Masters Occupational Therapy students from Dominican University and CLC SFC #Veterans to develop a “sensory garden” on the patio outside of Occupational #Therapy in the CLC. 
During the past 3 weeks, the students have met with and interviewed the #Veterans, weeded the patio, and planted herbs, flowers, and vegetables with the Veterans. On Friday, November 9, they hosted a #VeteransDay celebration to honor the Veterans and to open the garden for use. The garden will provide pleasant sensory experiences through #smell, #vision, #taste, and #touch, and will launch garden-related #therapeutic activities such as watering, weeding, planning meals and making outdoor #art. It will provide a calm and #healing place to enhance relaxation and ease. We look forward to sharing this space and experience with the Veterans! #HonoringVets
An Occupational Therapist (OT) from the Community Living Center (CLC) Social Focus Cohort (SFC) at the San Francisco VA Medical Center has been partnering with four Masters Occupational Therapy students from Dominican University and CLC SFC #Veterans  to develop a “sensory garden” on the patio outside of Occupational #Therapy  in the CLC. During the past 3 weeks, the students have met with and interviewed the #Veterans , weeded the patio, and planted herbs, flowers, and vegetables with the Veterans. On Friday, November 9, they hosted a #VeteransDay  celebration to honor the Veterans and to open the garden for use. The garden will provide pleasant sensory experiences through #smell , #vision , #taste , and #touch , and will launch garden-related #therapeutic  activities such as watering, weeding, planning meals and making outdoor #art . It will provide a calm and #healing  place to enhance relaxation and ease. We look forward to sharing this space and experience with the Veterans! #HonoringVets 
Glenn Draper was born with music in his blood. From childhood to adulthood, he conducted quartets. When he joined the United States Air Force in 1952, the music followed him to Keesler Air Force Base. While there he played in a band. More than once he tried to convince the band to let him organize an all-male chorus and was met with a decisive denial each time he asked.

Then, the day came when he was turned down and he ambled away to the canteen to be alone with his disappointment. It was there that he started up a conversation with a woman by saying, “Wouldn’t it be grand to have the best all-male chorus right here at Keesler?” who turned out to be the base commander’s wife. She told Draper she’d speak to her husband and see what she could do with the caveat that he had to sing Christmas carols at her house.  He agreed and shortly thereafter the Keesler Male Chorus was formed. They performed not only at the base commander’s functions, but also across the United States for dignitaries, appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and had a weekly time slot with NBC.  Draper’s chorus had a thirty-year run before having to comply with a policy to allow women into the group and became the Keesler Chorale. It disbanded shortly thereafter.

Draper didn’t stop there. He continued his education and became a teacher. For a while, he led the Glenn Draper Singers and went on to tour Russia with Billy Graham.
#HonoringVets
Glenn Draper was born with music in his blood. From childhood to adulthood, he conducted quartets. When he joined the United States Air Force in 1952, the music followed him to Keesler Air Force Base. While there he played in a band. More than once he tried to convince the band to let him organize an all-male chorus and was met with a decisive denial each time he asked. Then, the day came when he was turned down and he ambled away to the canteen to be alone with his disappointment. It was there that he started up a conversation with a woman by saying, “Wouldn’t it be grand to have the best all-male chorus right here at Keesler?” who turned out to be the base commander’s wife. She told Draper she’d speak to her husband and see what she could do with the caveat that he had to sing Christmas carols at her house. He agreed and shortly thereafter the Keesler Male Chorus was formed. They performed not only at the base commander’s functions, but also across the United States for dignitaries, appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and had a weekly time slot with NBC. Draper’s chorus had a thirty-year run before having to comply with a policy to allow women into the group and became the Keesler Chorale. It disbanded shortly thereafter. Draper didn’t stop there. He continued his education and became a teacher. For a while, he led the Glenn Draper Singers and went on to tour Russia with Billy Graham. #HonoringVets 
Registered Nurse (RN) Mary Anderson in our Anaconda Community Based Outpatient Clinic has been honored with a #DAISY Award for extraordinary nursing. Her award comes after being nominated by @usnavy #Veteran Thomas Straugh who was suffering severe pain when he walked due to a toenail issue and experienced challenges treating it before encountering Ms. Anderson. “[Nurse Anderson] asked if I had a black dog when she brushed off my toe… most would not have even noticed [the hair],” described Mr. Straugh. “She was careful, tactful, gentle, and effective. She listened to me describe the stress that I had accumulated over the last year. She was supportive of me and my family—two-legged and four. When I cried, she comforted me.” The DAISY Award is on-going #recognition of the clinical care nurses provide to patients and families all year long. The award was created in memory of Patrick Barnes to highlight the skillful and compassionate care Patrick received from his nurses during his eight-week hospitalization. Nurses are nominated by anyone in the organization - patients, family members, other nurses, physicians, other clinicians and staff - anyone who experiences or observes extraordinary compassionate care being provided by a nurse. #HonoringVets
Registered Nurse (RN) Mary Anderson in our Anaconda Community Based Outpatient Clinic has been honored with a #DAISY  Award for extraordinary nursing. Her award comes after being nominated by @usnavy #Veteran  Thomas Straugh who was suffering severe pain when he walked due to a toenail issue and experienced challenges treating it before encountering Ms. Anderson. “[Nurse Anderson] asked if I had a black dog when she brushed off my toe… most would not have even noticed [the hair],” described Mr. Straugh. “She was careful, tactful, gentle, and effective. She listened to me describe the stress that I had accumulated over the last year. She was supportive of me and my family—two-legged and four. When I cried, she comforted me.” The DAISY Award is on-going #recognition  of the clinical care nurses provide to patients and families all year long. The award was created in memory of Patrick Barnes to highlight the skillful and compassionate care Patrick received from his nurses during his eight-week hospitalization. Nurses are nominated by anyone in the organization - patients, family members, other nurses, physicians, other clinicians and staff - anyone who experiences or observes extraordinary compassionate care being provided by a nurse. #HonoringVets 
There were many things to be thankful for during yesterday's Tree Lighting Celebration - especially thankful for these American Heroes. Thank you all for your service to our country and community. #vetrans #firefighters #nationalguard #police #sheriffs #colorguard #honoringvets #americanheroes #history #thankyou @stroudsmoorcountryinn #stroudsmoor #treelighting
Registered Nurse (RN) Mary Anderson in our Anaconda Community Based Outpatient Clinic has been honored with a #DAISY Award for extraordinary nursing. Her award comes after being nominated by @usnavy #Veteran Thomas Straugh who was suffering severe pain when he walked due to a toenail issue and experienced challenges treating it before encountering Ms. Anderson. “[Nurse Anderson] asked if I had a black dog when she brushed off my toe… most would not have even noticed [the hair],” described Mr. Straugh. “She was careful, tactful, gentle, and effective. She listened to me describe the stress that I had accumulated over the last year. She was supportive of me and my family—two-legged and four. When I cried, she comforted me.” The DAISY Award is on-going #recognition of the clinical care nurses provide to patients and families all year long. The award was created in memory of Patrick Barnes to highlight the skillful and compassionate care Patrick received from his nurses during his eight-week hospitalization. Nurses are nominated by anyone in the organization - patients, family members, other nurses, physicians, other clinicians and staff - anyone who experiences or observes extraordinary compassionate care being provided by a nurse. #HonoringVets
Registered Nurse (RN) Mary Anderson in our Anaconda Community Based Outpatient Clinic has been honored with a #DAISY  Award for extraordinary nursing. Her award comes after being nominated by @usnavy #Veteran  Thomas Straugh who was suffering severe pain when he walked due to a toenail issue and experienced challenges treating it before encountering Ms. Anderson. “[Nurse Anderson] asked if I had a black dog when she brushed off my toe… most would not have even noticed [the hair],” described Mr. Straugh. “She was careful, tactful, gentle, and effective. She listened to me describe the stress that I had accumulated over the last year. She was supportive of me and my family—two-legged and four. When I cried, she comforted me.” The DAISY Award is on-going #recognition  of the clinical care nurses provide to patients and families all year long. The award was created in memory of Patrick Barnes to highlight the skillful and compassionate care Patrick received from his nurses during his eight-week hospitalization. Nurses are nominated by anyone in the organization - patients, family members, other nurses, physicians, other clinicians and staff - anyone who experiences or observes extraordinary compassionate care being provided by a nurse. #HonoringVets 
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First come, first to serve! Sergeant Opha M. Johnson was among the first group of women to serve in the @marines. She answered her country's call. 
The VA will continue our commitment to the 2 million #WomenVets who stepped up after her.  #WWI #HonoringVets
#thankyouforyourservice  | #Repost  @deptvetaffairs (@get_repost) ・・・ First come, first to serve! Sergeant Opha M. Johnson was among the first group of women to serve in the @marines. She answered her country's call. The VA will continue our commitment to the 2 million #WomenVets  who stepped up after her. #WWI  #HonoringVets 
Glenn Draper was born with music in his blood. From childhood to adulthood, he conducted quartets. When he joined the United States Air Force in 1952, the music followed him to Keesler Air Force Base. While there he played in a band. More than once he tried to convince the band to let him organize an all-male chorus and was met with a decisive denial each time he asked.

Then, the day came when he was turned down and he ambled away to the canteen to be alone with his disappointment. It was there that he started up a conversation with a woman by saying, “Wouldn’t it be grand to have the best all-male chorus right here at Keesler?” who turned out to be the base commander’s wife. She told Draper she’d speak to her husband and see what she could do with the caveat that he had to sing Christmas carols at her house.  He agreed and shortly thereafter the Keesler Male Chorus was formed. They performed not only at the base commander’s functions, but also across the United States for dignitaries, appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and had a weekly time slot with NBC.  Draper’s chorus had a thirty-year run before having to comply with a policy to allow women into the group and became the Keesler Chorale. It disbanded shortly thereafter.

Draper didn’t stop there. He continued his education and became a teacher. For a while, he led the Glenn Draper Singers and went on to tour Russia with Billy Graham. 
#HonoringVets
Glenn Draper was born with music in his blood. From childhood to adulthood, he conducted quartets. When he joined the United States Air Force in 1952, the music followed him to Keesler Air Force Base. While there he played in a band. More than once he tried to convince the band to let him organize an all-male chorus and was met with a decisive denial each time he asked. Then, the day came when he was turned down and he ambled away to the canteen to be alone with his disappointment. It was there that he started up a conversation with a woman by saying, “Wouldn’t it be grand to have the best all-male chorus right here at Keesler?” who turned out to be the base commander’s wife. She told Draper she’d speak to her husband and see what she could do with the caveat that he had to sing Christmas carols at her house. He agreed and shortly thereafter the Keesler Male Chorus was formed. They performed not only at the base commander’s functions, but also across the United States for dignitaries, appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and had a weekly time slot with NBC. Draper’s chorus had a thirty-year run before having to comply with a policy to allow women into the group and became the Keesler Chorale. It disbanded shortly thereafter. Draper didn’t stop there. He continued his education and became a teacher. For a while, he led the Glenn Draper Singers and went on to tour Russia with Billy Graham. #HonoringVets 
On Nov. 15, we honor Lt. Cmdr. William E. Hall (1913-1996) who was awarded the Medal of Honor in November 1942 for his actions as a scout plane pilot during the Battle of the Coral Sea while stationed on the USS Lexington. Hall was born in Utah, graduated from the University of the Redlands (California), and joined the @usnavy in 1938. He was wounded in the May 1942 battle and married a naval nurse, Ensign Leah Christine Chapman (1916-2001), in 1942. Hall remained in the Naval Reserves until 1960 and as a civilian, worked for the Veterans Administration. Hall died on November 15, 1996. He is buried in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Kansas. #HonoringVets #WWII #BattleoftheCoralSea #MedalofHonor
On Nov. 15, we honor Lt. Cmdr. William E. Hall (1913-1996) who was awarded the Medal of Honor in November 1942 for his actions as a scout plane pilot during the Battle of the Coral Sea while stationed on the USS Lexington. Hall was born in Utah, graduated from the University of the Redlands (California), and joined the @usnavy in 1938. He was wounded in the May 1942 battle and married a naval nurse, Ensign Leah Christine Chapman (1916-2001), in 1942. Hall remained in the Naval Reserves until 1960 and as a civilian, worked for the Veterans Administration. Hall died on November 15, 1996. He is buried in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Kansas. #HonoringVets  #WWII  #BattleoftheCoralSea  #MedalofHonor 
Dr. DeElla Ray, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) Deputy Chief of Staff presents the #CAVHS Commemorative Coin to 92-year-old #WWII #Veteran James "Dub" Ewing during his recent visit at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System. The 92-year-old former @usnavy aviator flew Stearman N2S trainers as an instructor pilot during the war. CAVHS leadership presents the commemorative coin to WWII #Veterans as a token of appreciation to their service and sacrifice. #HonoringVets
Dr. DeElla Ray, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) Deputy Chief of Staff presents the #CAVHS  Commemorative Coin to 92-year-old #WWII  #Veteran  James "Dub" Ewing during his recent visit at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System. The 92-year-old former @usnavy aviator flew Stearman N2S trainers as an instructor pilot during the war. CAVHS leadership presents the commemorative coin to WWII #Veterans  as a token of appreciation to their service and sacrifice. #HonoringVets 
Stratton VA Associate Director Mary Ann Witt joined with Stratton VA's newly appointed Veterans Canteen Service (#VCS) Chief Nelson Williams the Friday before Veterans Day to honor #Veterans at the Stratton VA in the front lobby. A #Veteran from each branch of service was given a certificate honoring their service on behalf of all Veterans who served in their service branch. Cake was shared with all at the facility in celebration of our honored Veterans. #HonoringVets #VeteransDay
Stratton VA Associate Director Mary Ann Witt joined with Stratton VA's newly appointed Veterans Canteen Service (#VCS ) Chief Nelson Williams the Friday before Veterans Day to honor #Veterans  at the Stratton VA in the front lobby. A #Veteran  from each branch of service was given a certificate honoring their service on behalf of all Veterans who served in their service branch. Cake was shared with all at the facility in celebration of our honored Veterans. #HonoringVets  #VeteransDay 
First come, first to serve! Sergeant Opha M. Johnson was among the first group of women to serve in the @marines. She answered her country's call. 
The VA will continue our commitment to the 2 million #WomenVets who stepped up after her.  #WWI #HonoringVets
First come, first to serve! Sergeant Opha M. Johnson was among the first group of women to serve in the @marines. She answered her country's call. The VA will continue our commitment to the 2 million #WomenVets  who stepped up after her. #WWI  #HonoringVets 
Battling the Camp Fire takes teamwork and coordination between several local, state, and federal agencies. #VANorCal is just one agency that's on the front lines serving our #Veterans and all California residents impacted by California's wildfires. #TogetherForVeterans #HonoringVets #CampFire
Battling the Camp Fire takes teamwork and coordination between several local, state, and federal agencies. #VANorCal  is just one agency that's on the front lines serving our #Veterans  and all California residents impacted by California's wildfires. #TogetherForVeterans  #HonoringVets  #CampFire 
The Indianapolis Colts visited in-patients at #Veteran Health Indiana, Indianapolis VA Medical Center on November 12, showing their appreciation for the Veterans' service and sacrifices. Players, cheerleaders and "Blue" handed out Colts memorabilia as they spoke with the #Veterans about their #military experiences. A big "THANK YOU" to the @colts organization for reaching out to our nation's #heroes. #HonoringVets
The Indianapolis Colts visited in-patients at #Veteran  Health Indiana, Indianapolis VA Medical Center on November 12, showing their appreciation for the Veterans' service and sacrifices. Players, cheerleaders and "Blue" handed out Colts memorabilia as they spoke with the #Veterans  about their #military  experiences. A big "THANK YOU" to the @colts organization for reaching out to our nation's #heroes . #HonoringVets