The 59 Vets Salutes Law Enforcement & Veterans!

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Alongside our military men and women serving throughout the world, the 59 Vets would also like to salute all the dedicated individuals serving in law enforcement.
Here are four of them from the past and of some renown, no doubt four of the baddest, bravest and most formidable the world has ever seen. We salute them and all our veterans who serve our country, past and present.

Each of you is a legend to be honored and revered! 🇺🇸️💖🇺🇸️

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The 59 Veterans Wishes to Share RED Friday with You!

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The last workday of every week is RED Friday. The RED stands for “Remember Everyone Deployed”; and that’s what we’re doing today here at the 59 Veterans: we are remembering and honoring every military veteran this Friday. And pray for their safe return.

All ye veterans, we thank you and we salute you! 🇺🇸️💖🇺🇸

Come Visit Arches National Park with the 59 Vets!

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Here at the 59 Veterans we are eager to launch our project to journey our national parks with military veterans we will be teaching advanced 4K videography and 3D photography. Together we will be filming a video record of our journey in each of our amazing 59 national parks. One of our first excursions will be Arches National Park!

The perfect place for hiking, biking, camping and to experience our nation’s beautiful outdoors, Arches National Park has many amazing natural rock formations and stone and rock arch to photograph and enjoy up close and personal. The park hosts more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches, the most popular being Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch and Double Arch.

In Utah and established on November 12, 1971, the desert park also contains many life-sustaining biological soil crusts and potholes that serve as natural water-collecting basins. Other geologic formations include stone pinnacles, fins and balancing rocks. To learn more about this national park, visit: https://lnkd.in/gNri-rV.

To learn more about the 59 Vets and our project to help military veterans, visit our Facebook: https://lnkd.in/bFEDhp9. We can’t wait to ascend this summit with veterans and you!

59 VETERANS PROJECT AND ARCHES NATIONAL PARK!

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Like the rocky edifice in this attached photo, Arches National Park in southeast Utah contains the greatest density of natural sandstone structures and arches in the world. Throughout the park, rock layers reveal millions of years of deposition, erosion and intriguing geologic evolution.

Arches National Park provides a host of outdoor activities such as biking, backpacking, camping, hiking, stargazing and rock climbing. And hikers can enjoy a wide variety of trails. Some hikes in Arches only take a couple hours to complete, while others are longer half-day hikes for the intermediate and advanced hiker.

For those who prefer to tour by car, there are many scenic driving routes for viewing some of the park’s largest arches and amazing rock formations.  Over 2,000 arches are located within the park’s 76,518 acres!

To read more about Arches National Park, you can go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arches_National_Park.  Meanwhile, over at Headquarters Company, the 59 VETERANS PROJECT is keeping Arches near the forefront of national parks where we will be guiding and educating our military veterans in the art and craft of professional photography and 3D videography. To learn more about us, please visit here: http://www.59veterans.com.  For you know, we can’t wait to meet you along the trail and for us to ascend the summit together!