THE 59 VETS PROJECT WANTS TO TELL YOU WHAT LOWE’S DID!

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One of the most important and first things our military veterans need is gainful employment, i.e., a job! So all of us here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT really respect and appreciate small and big businesses throughout the country who provide jobs to our veterans
Well, what we have here is a business who took this one step further, and in a most admirable way! Watch this short heartwarming video and join us in giving a hand salute to Lowe’s in Abilene, Texas!
(And to learn about our project to also provide jobs to veterans, please visit our page on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/59veterans/?fref=ts.)

COME CATCH ME ON INTERCOMM RADIO THIS AFTERNOON!

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This afternoon, Monday, on Intercomm Radio, come and join host Paige Roberts with cohost Patrick P. Stafford at the Chit Chat Cafe! Check out the infographic here for show times in your region.

Paige recently interviewed Patrick on The Paige Roberts Show, and it was a rousing success. This time around they will be enjoying a more in-depth discussion on writing, online marketing, social networking and poetry, and Patrick will be providing lots of info and tips on these subjects.

Don’t miss it, and be sure to grab your pen and paper to take notes. Paige knows to always be ready to take notes when chatting with the master poet and author, and hopes you will, too. See you there!

Click here to catch the show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/intercommradio/2016/12/27/host-paige-roberts-and-co-host-master-poet-and-author-patrick-p-stafford

Or use this link: TOBTR.COM/S/9706111

Host Paige Roberts (646) 668-8941
Co-Host Patrick P. Stafford
CHIT CHAT CAFE:
MONDAY, DEC. 26, 2016
8:00 p.m. EST
7:00 p.m. CST
6:00 p.m. MST
5:00 p.m. PST

The Story of Billy Mitchell by the 59 Vets Project!

Billy Mitchell

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William Lendrum “Billy” Mitchell (Dec. 29, 1879 – Feb. 19, 1936) was a very brave and outspoken military man. He was also a distinguished United States Army general who is regarded as the father of the United States Air Force.
Billy Mitchell served in France during World War I and commanded and flew hundreds of combat missions into enemy territory. He was also a fighter ace and highly decorated veteran, recognized as one of the top American airmen of the war with aces such as his good friend, Eddie Rickenbacker, and Billy was probably the best-known American in Europe. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, the Distinguished Service Medal, the World War I Victory Medal with eight campaign clasps, and several distinguished foreign decorations
He antagonized many leaders of the Army with his arguments for air power and, in 1925, was demoted to his permanent rank of colonel due to his insubordination while trying to save the lives of thousands of fellow troops. Later that year, he was court-martialed for insubordination after accusing Army and Navy leaders of an “almost treasonable administration of the national defense” for investing in battleships instead of aircraft carriers. He resigned from the service soon thereafter.
Mitchell received many honors following his death, including a commission as a major general by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He is also the only individual for whom an American military aircraft design is named (the North American B-25).
To learn more about this brave veteran, you can visit this informative online site: http://abt.cm/2auUpiu. To learn more about us, the 59 VETERANS PROJECT and our developing enterprise to help veterans, please visit us here: http://www.59veterans.com/.

The first combat amputee to climb and reach the summit of Mount Everest!

 

Wounded Vet Charlie Linville

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Wounded U.S. vet Charlie Linville became the first combat amputee to climb and reach the summit of Mount Everest. This is what we mean here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT when we talk about ascending the summit with our military veterans and with your support and participation!

The Heroes Project announced Thursday that 30-year-old Idaho native and retired U.S. Marine Corp Staff Sgt. Charlie Linville had reached the 29,029-foot summit of the famous mountain. It was the third attempt to reach the summit by the Boise High School graduate after previous tries in 2014 and 2015. Linville was defusing bombs in Afghanistan in 2011 when he was injured as an explosive device detonated, leading to the amputation of his right leg.

Thus it is our honor and pleasure to share this inspiring story and historical event with all our online friends and supporters. Watch the attached video and be inspired! And please visit our online site to learn more about the 59 VETERANS PROJECT. And our soon-to-launch enterprise to help veterans find careers in 4K and VR videography and photography while traveling, filming and ascending many lofty summits throughout our magnificent 59 national parks! Here: http://www.59veterans.com/.

Video: INCREDIBLE YOU!

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INCREDIBLE YOU! (S. Helmstetter)(Voice: Artie Artwell)
https://www.facebook.com/artie.artwell.7/posts/10209115648305800

Laura Probert: They Told Me

They Told Me

Hi, everyone!

As soon as you can, please check out this short from entrepreneur Laura Probert that is an empowering video for women and girls about pushing past what you were told to become…to become what you were born to be! This video will inspire you and definitely empower you, and it features mothers and daughters in an unforgettable way.

In fact, the video was written and produced by a bad-ass mother/daughter team. So, enjoy…and be empowered! Here: https://youtu.be/CioSqy9EssI

 

 

Moving Masters Wants to Tell You About Audie Murphy

AUDIE MURPHY
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MOVING MASTERS enjoys providing its flat-rate, long-distance moving services to customers throughout the New York, NYC, Tri-State region and east coast of the U.S. We value all our customers and appreciate their appreciation of the valuable service we provide them. But we have to admit we value our seniors and veterans most of all, perhaps.
Just visit our Seniors & Veterans page on our website (http://www.movingmasters.net/) and you’ll see what we mean. So it is our great pleasure to share this post from the 59 Vets Project on the subject of a renowned U.S. veteran…who was undoubtedly one of the bravest men to ever live!
AUDIE MURPHY, U.S. ARMY
Probably the most decorated combat soldier in United States military history is World War II hero Audie Murphy. Among his medals and awards are the Congressional Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, two Silver Stars, the Bronze Star (2) with Combat V, the Legion of Merit, three Purple Hearts, the French Legion of Honor, and so many more it’s impossible to enumerate them here. Audie also was promoted to the final officer rank of captain after starting out as an enlisted man. What is really funny is the fact that he attempted to enlist in every branch of the service but was rejected because of his size, until the Army finally accepted him.
Immediately after the war Audie was discovered by the great film actor James Cagney who then helped him get into films and become a movie star in his own right, where he made over 40 films, some of them with the biggest movie stars and directors in Hollywood. In addition, Audie Murphy wrote several hit songs and gripping poetry, a sample of which is included with this post.
To learn more about America’s most decorated war hero, you can visit this online site: http://www.audiemurphy.com/biography.htm. And the next time you sit down to watch a good movie, watch one of Audie Murphy’s fine film classics!
THE CROSSES GROW ON ANZIO by Audie Murphy
Oh, gather ’round me, comrades,
and listen while I speak;
Of a war, a war, a war —
where hell is six feet deep.
Along the shore, the cannons roar.
Oh how can a soldier sleep?
The going’s slow on Anzio
and hell is six feet deep.
Praise be to God for this captured sod
that’s rich where blood does seep;
With yours and mine, like butchered swine;
and hell is six feet deep.
That death does wait there’s no debate;
no triumph will we reap
The crosses grow on Anzio,
where hell is six feet deep.

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