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Daily Journal
Homeless veterans receive services, essentialscan't work. Jose Aponte, a wounded Army veteran from Camden who fought in Iraq
Homeless veterans receive services, essentials
Daily Journal / Posted 4 days ago
can't work. Jose Aponte, a wounded Army veteran from Camden who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, used his money to pay for his mother's and brother's funeralsand then could not pay his rent. Gui Leadum found himself laid off from a welding... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Across Northeastern Pennsylvania, 9/11 changed livesFifteen years ago, the world changed. Nearly everyone old enough to remember t
Across Northeastern Pennsylvania, 9/11 changed lives
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Fifteen years ago, the world changed. Nearly everyone old enough to remember the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, does remember — where they were, who they were with, what they were doing and, with a clarity unclouded by time, how it felt, how... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Across Northeast Pennsylvania, 9/11 changed livesFifteen years ago, the world changed. Nearly everyone old enough to remember t
Across Northeast Pennsylvania, 9/11 changed lives
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Fifteen years ago, the world changed. Nearly everyone old enough to remember the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, does remember — where they were, who they were with, what they were doing and, with a clarity unclouded by the passage of time, how... Read more
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DMNews
The Data-Driven Evolution of US Army Marketing TacticsSeptember 08, 2016 Share this content: In the face of evolving technologies a
The Data-Driven Evolution of US Army Marketing Tactics
DMNews / Posted 19 days ago
September 08, 2016 Share this content: In the face of evolving technologies and accessible information about soldier suicide and PTSD, the US Army is developing a new marketing mission. The... Read more
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The Atlantic
Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From WarThe physical and psychiatric effects of war can linger long after veterans retu
Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From War
The Atlantic / Posted 28 days ago
The physical and psychiatric effects of war can linger long after veterans return to American soil. Last weekend, a 76-year-old veteran committed suicide in the parking lot of a veteran’s affairs medical center, where he had been a patient. According... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness MonthEDITOR'S NOTE: The Veterans Count column was written this month by Stephanie Hi
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Veterans Count column was written this month by Stephanie Higgs, Easter Seals New Hampshire Military & Veterans Services. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affair's Office of Suicide Prevention has released its 2016 Suicide Data... Read more

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