As a photographer, I’ve discovered a stunning connection between capturing the perfect shot and navigating life.
Join George as he interviews runner and Marine, Steve Bozeman. Bozeman uses his Marine training to compete and sustain his hard fought running career.
On the long winding road of a PCS journey, We must find many places to at night lay our heads.
When we think of summer, most of us instantly think of vacation, right? In some cases that might be true. However, let’s be honest, once you’re an adult your “vacation” time dwindles to maybe two weeks.
Don’t wait for tomorrow, especially in the season of PCSes, it’s not uncommon to hear military spouses say:
The Armed Forces often overlook the significance of military spouses. Consider for a moment that we have given you the title of “Dependent,” suggesting that you are somehow subservient to your service member.
This month marks the 80th anniversary of the selfless sacrifice of the Army’s “Four Chaplains,” who are often also referred to as “The Immortal Chaplains.”
“You’re going to have good things and bad things that happen throughout any day, but that’s life.” Kyle, my husband said.
Spoken from a true man who is a master at compartmentalizing. I wonder if this is something Soldiers learn in the Army or is this just a superpower that all men have? Either way, he’s not wrong, and it did put this experience of surviving cancer in a clearer perspective.
Yes, you read that title correctly. Thankful Through Deployments. Seriously? What, in all of the deployment training, preparation and packing, family separation for six, nine, maybe twelve or more months of tour, and the reintegration back, is there to be thankful for?!
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