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From airlines to Amazon, state of the art to state of Wisconsin, a wide range of employers shared the common goal of hiring Veterans to fill a variety of job openings. About 50 employers were on hand for the career fair.
Mike Orban’s journey of healing after his combat tour in Vietnam was long and meandering, but eventually enlightening. Orban, now a nationally recognized speaker on PTSD, shared his meaningful trip to the Vietnam Wall.
Still riding the excitement of last season’s playoff run, Brewers fans streaming into Miller Park for Thursday’s home opener are continuing a baseball relationship with the Milwaukee VA that spans more than six decades.
Sam Floyd believes much can be accomplished over a cup of coffee. Now, the Marine Veteran is making his philosophy a reality with Operation Coffee, where 10 percent of every sale goes toward Veterans’ suicide prevention.
Time may not heal all wounds, but for a group of Vietnam Veterans, it certainly changed the perspective from many angles. They recently returned for the first time to the country in which they fought a half century ago.
To enhance its commitment to all facets of Veterans care and safety, the Milwaukee VA has implemented its first Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program. The topic will be part of the Visionary Women event March 14.
Roger Quindell, an avid Milwaukee Bucks fan scored tickets only a couple rows from the court after the first-place Bucks requested that the Vietnam Vet attend the game to be recognized for his military service.