An Interview With Green Beret Veteran Robert Patrick Lewis A fire is made of many pieces of kindling, an accelerant and a flame. Altogether, it can start small but grow to become something stronger and brighter. As a whole, the fire — small or large — is powerful.
AURORA, Colo. – April 11, 2012 – With the Iraq War over and the Afghanistan conflict winding down, military veterans face the transition back into civilian life. The industry posed to benefit most from the veterans’ skill set is the tech sector.
The deplorable economic situation is well known to everyone, especially civilians. And it is for that reason that many, especially among the younger generations, are finding the military all the more appealing. And why not? The military offers food, shelter, clothes, education, and pay… something that’s become only harder to find back home. But what […]
The National Veterans Legal Services Program Names Hunton & Williams LLP Pro Bono Partner of the Year 100 Firm Lawyers Volunteer Legal Services to Iraq and Afghanistan War Vets NEW YORK, Nov. 2011 /PRNewswire/ — On Veterans Day, November 11, Americans pay tribute to our nation’s veterans and the freedoms they secured against the startling […]