This Week’s Profound Post from The Good Typist!

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I really enjoyed reading this week’s profound post from writer-poet Kristen McHenry for the popular blog The Good Typist. I hope you may read and enjoy it too!

Here: http://tinyurl.com/y4dxdsn8

The 59 Vets Salutes the U.S. Army!

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WE SHOULD CELEBRATE OUR VETERANS ALL YEAR-LONG!

What began in 1775 as the Continental Army has become the strongest, best-equipped, best-trained, bravest and fightingest fighting force in the world: the U.S. Army!

From the hallowed precincts of Bunker Hill, Trenton and Yorktown to the battlefields of Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, Meuse-Argonne, Anzio, Normandy, Pusan Perimeter, Tet Offensive and throughout Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. Army has served our country with valor, duty and incredible sacrifice for 244 years. It is June, so it is our honor to give a shout-out to our nation’s largest military branch and commemorate the 244th Anniversary of the U.S. Army.

Attention!

Commence playing “The Army Goes Rolling Along”

Hand salute!

Please visit us, the 59 Veterans and learn about our project to help our military veterans:

LONE URL: http://59veterans.com/

The U.S. Coast Guard at Normandy, June 6, 1944!

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PLEASE SHARE WITH VETS EVERYWHERE!

As a follow-up to our recent D-Day 75th Anniversary post, all of us here at the 59 Veterans Project want to give a shout-out to the United States Coast Guard. Many do not know it, but the U.S. Coast Guard played a huge, critical role on June 6, 1944, in the five beach landings at Normandy, France.

In fact, the Coast Guard provided 99 ships consisting of manned warships, landing craft and cutters to the Normandy landings. Four of those landing craft were lost at Omaha Beach that day: LCI(L)s 85 (pictured here), 91, 92 and 93. Plus, over 55 cutters were present during the entire invasion serving as search and rescue craft. They saved hundreds of lives and lost many of their own during this most critical of all WWII battles.

To read more about the exploits and bravery of the U.S. Coast Guard during D-Day, June 6, 1944, visit this site: http://tinyurl.com/yxw5dbyb.  To learn more about us, the 59 Vets and our project to help veterans, please visit us here: https://www.facebook.com/59veterans/.

As for the United States Coast Guard, WE SALUTE YOU!

Fabulously This Week from The Good Typist!

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DO TOUGH & SENSITIVE TOGETHER!

Kristen McHenry’s writing is a lot of amazing things including as tough as a bulldog and as delicate and sensitive as a soft-petal flower. Her post this week for the ever-popular blog The Good Typist is no exception, trust me!

And let that trust take you here: http://tinyurl.com/y2wvmoec

D-Day Guest-Post from Sgt Al for the 59 Veterans!

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HELP US HONOR THIS IMPORTANT DAY AND DATE!

Today is a date that will live for eternity. The anniversary of it is a day you will never experience again. To commemorate today, the 59 Veterans Project has the honor of sharing a guest-post from our friend, retired NYPD Officer Al Castro of Sgt Al’s Traffic Ticket Blog on FB.

Please go here to read and profoundly experience: https://lnkd.in/eDk4tDJ

From The Good Typist: Stimulating Reading for You!

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TODAY READ SOMETHING GREAT! THIS!!

Literary comparison and contrast is a stimulating form of writing and reading, though its topic be people, places or things. Or deep philosophical and emotional subjects. This week’s post on the ever-popular blog The Good Typist by writer-poet Kristen McHenry is definitely one of stimulating comparison and contrast.

And it is definitely one I highly recommend for your stimulating reading and enlightenment! Simply go here to experience it: http://tinyurl.com/y6ff22bm

DCG SHARES A VERY INSPIRING POST!

INSPIRING POST FOR DCG

It’s our pleasure here at Dynamic Capacity Group to share this beautiful, inspiring meme with all our new friends and colleagues on Facebook and LinkedIn!

We are DCG, and we hope you visit and join us online: linkedin.com/in/carl-allison-57365b19

On Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/yygm438j

 

 

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