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Time is ticking on Gary's deadline to lose 15 pounds before he walks his Baby Girl down the aisle. He's checking out all the VA "get healthy" options and you're along for the ride. This week: Stacy's yoga.
They wore uniforms, held rank, swore an oath to the Army, served overseas and were recognized by Gen. Pershing for their contribution to the U.S. effort in World War I. It took 60 years to be recognized as Veterans.
“We have a lot Veterans already working for us, which is awesome,” said Ficht, whose son and stepson are on active duty. His son has done two overseas tours, and was wounded during his first deployment in Afghanistan.
“They were talking about all these sports, and it sounded interesting,” he said. “So I started doing it .... more I did it, the more I got done. The more I wanted to do more. I think I’m up to 17 different sports now.”