America needs to recognize and celebrate its courageous female veterans

Invisible soldiers: America needs to recognize and celebrate its courageous female veterans

Since 9/11, more than 200,000 women have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, and more than 160 women have died in service to their country.  Women have fought on the front lines as combat pilots and military police platoon leaders. They have received Silver Stars and Bronze Stars for Valor. Some have even joined special operations forces on combat missions.  Read more

2015 Korean Veteran Reunion

It was a huge success!

Annual REX DAVIS Korean Veteran Luncheon Hosted by The Veteran Next Door.  There were over 200 attendees on June 25, 2015.   Rex Davis talks about the reunion and his war experience!

A special thank you to Legacy Peer Support Group volunteers Freddie Owens, Howard Jenkins, George Howell, Randall Scott, John Steward and Ed Junod who were honored to serve the Korean heroes during lunch.  What an honor is was to see and hear their stories!