A Salute to Service: Gregory Doss

Gregory Doss is a United States Air Force Veteran who served from June 2001 to June 2007 and separated honorably as a Staff Sergeant before continuing his service in the Global War on Terrorism as a contractor with the United States Marine Corps. Gregory’s father is a Vietnam Veteran who served in the U.S. Marine […]

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A bill to build a GWOT memorial is on its way to the Senate

31 July 2017 By Matt Saintsing Currently, veterans of the Global War on Terror do not have a memorial honoring their service, and that of the wounded or fallen. A bill passed in the House on Friday would change that. For the memorial to be funded, planned, and built Congress needs to pass a bill […]

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San Diego Union-Tribune: Building a war monument isn’t easy

02 April 2017 Andrew Brennan, a young former Army pilot, got the idea while surrounded by bikers. The Rolling Thunder motorcycle group roared through Albuquerque, New Mexico, while Brennan was there in 2014. Vietnam War veterans swirled around him, on their way to Washington, D.C., on an annual pilgrimage to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. […]

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