Posts Tagged: wounded

MakeTheConnection.net asks, “Have you made the connection?”

MakeTheConnection.net asks, “Have you made the connection?” The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs catches a lot of flack in the media most of the time and while they have had some bumps in the road – there are VA programs worthy of recognition. One such program is MakeTheConnection.net. “Many of our Nation’s Veterans—from those who… Read more »

Wounded Warrior Project to the Rescue!

Power IT Down Day is less than a month away – and we’re still hoping to drive as many people as possible to sign up at PowerITDown.org to commit to turning off their IT equipment for the weekend of August 26th. If saving energy in your home or office is not enough to entice you… Read more »

Need a New Year’s Resolution? Go Green!

I’ve made it a point in recent years to not lose track of my New Year’s resolutions from the previous January, so I can look back at them in December. And while this may not be the forum to discuss how successful I was in cleaning up our basement, I am proud to report that… Read more »

Wounded Warrior Project – What is it?

by Donna L. Quesinberry Wounded Warrior Examiner Since Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom began in 2003, tens of thousands of our service men and women have succumbed to battlefield wounds and are returning home with life-altering injuries. In collaboration with the USO, Examiner.com wants your help to say “thanks” to our nation’s Wounded Warriors. Read… Read more »

TroopSwap.com: An Online Marketplace Serving Those Who Serve

Note: This article is also published as a guest blog post on the AFCEA (Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association) official SignalScape blog. Blake Hall is a man on a mission: to help U.S. military personnel use Web 2.0 technologies to help one another and themselves. Hall’s no stranger to demanding missions. A decorated former… Read more »

Montgomery Gentry gives thanks to our troops

“How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!” -Maya Angelou This year I had the opportunity to work with a team of five other women on a project to raise awareness for our Nation’s wounded warriors. As of Nov. 23, 2009 over 36,000 soldiers were injured in Operation Iraqi… Read more »

ClearedJobs.Net Sponsors Wounded Explosive Ordnance Disposal (Bomb Squad) Warrior Foundation’s (WEODWF) 2-Day Bike Ride

Chief Operating Officer of leading online job board for security-cleared professionals to ride 200-miles along with other bike ride participants to raise funds and awareness for Wounded EOD Warriors and their families (November 9, 2009) ClearedJobs.Net, a veteran-owned job board company exclusively serving the security cleared community, is sponsoring the Wounded Explosive Ordnance Disposal Warrior… Read more »