LT Dan is the Man

During World War II, most of Hollywood put on a uniform. Disney built models to train pilots for their bombing runs. Actors enlisted. Ronald Reagan

March 02, 2013 Blog

No Vet is Alone

In 2007 USMA ‘96 classmate Mike Jones and Mr. Carter Andrews founded Not Alone to address the gaps in care for our veterans. All they

February 26, 2013 Blog

To the Point

The Wounded Warrior Mentor Program (WWMP) was started in 2004 by the West Point Class of 1958, who initiated a mentoring program for Wounded Soldiers

February 26, 2013 Blog

Use Veteran Nation as a Tool Promote Your Veterans Group

Organizing a screening of Veteran Nation is an easy and effective way to call a community to action and get your friends, neighbors and colleagues

February 25, 2013 Blog

See Our Veterans Through His Eyes

Colonel David W. Sutherland, U.S. Army (Ret.), vividly describes what America's men and women in uniform are going through for us—on and off the battlefield.

February 21, 2013 Blog

Why a Car Commercial Can Make You Cry

Is there a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces in your life? If so, tears likely came to your eyes when you saw Jeep’s Super

February 21, 2013 Blog

Veteran Nation Screened in Washington, D.C.

In February, a special film screening of Veteran Nation was held in Washington, DC. A discussion with the producers of the film will be posted

February 19, 2013 Blog

When They Don't Come Back

In her picture, the girl colored her face yellow. Why? She was sad. Another self-portrait portrayed big feet. The boy "just felt weighted down." Another

February 15, 2013 Blog

Why Esprit de Corps?

Esprit de Corps is the motto of the West Point class of 1977. Our class fought in every one of our nation’s conflicts from the

January 27, 2013 Blog

Warriors and Quiet Waters

The inspiration for the film Veteran Nation was a group of volunteers in Bozeman, Montana, who comprise Warriors and Quiet Waters.  WQW uses the therapeutic

January 26, 2013 Blog
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