A yearly tradition in which our President and CEO David Walker has an editorial in the Washington Times. This years submission will surely catch the attention of many. Click HERE for the link.
Coalition President and CEO David Walker has been very active in working inside the world of Veterans Affairs. Over the last few years, David has been a thought leader when it comes to these issues and the Coalition continues to work on being the best support organization in its class. To see past examples of... Read More
The March edition of the Heroes Thanking Heroes newsletter is now available! Click here to see what’s new!
Throughout my childhood my hero was Cal Ripken, Jr, shortstop for the Baltimore Orioles. I thought he was the coolest person alive, and I wanted to grow up to be just like him. To my young mind, he was the personification of a hero, mostly because he was a star on my favorite baseball team,... Read More
A tremendous honor for our organization recently. Our CEO David Walker was personally invited to an event at the Army Navy Club where he met up and spent time with Lieutenant General Clarence E. McKnight. General McKnight’s military career took him around the world, and he served in Korea, France, Germany, India, El Salvador, Panama,... Read More
Thanks to our Jil Hinds for pulling this together. The team at Platinum Business Services in Laurel, Maryland has several excellent job opportunities. You can click below to see what is available and you can learn more about this Veteran Owned organization- HERE. To send your resume for the jobs note the link in the... Read More
Army SGT Rob Easley, Jr. was severely wounded in action on October 15, 2012 during his second deployment to southern Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. While out on foot patrol, Rob stepped on an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) resulting in the loss of both of his legs, making him a bilateral above-knee amputee. Rob... Read More
Like most patriotic Americans, I was proud to learn last August that two women — Capt. Kristin Griest and Lt. Shaye Haver — had earned their black and gold Ranger tabs to join the U.S. Army’s most prestigious unit. For many years, women have been welcomed into the military services which are ever pressed to... Read More
The traditional katana is widely considered the finest sword in the world, and is the measuring stick against which all blades are compared. If one desires to own a katana, there are two different paths that one can take to achieve this. One can travel to Japan, and find a Japanese swordsmith who uses tamahagane... Read More
After having spent the first two months of our deployment operating in and around Delaram, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines and its attached combat engineers passed off their responsibilities in the area to the Georgian Army, and moved to a place where they could finally hit the Taliban where they lived. We were... Read More