Weakness Within Our Ranks

For over two decades the Military has been on a slippery slope. Many blame technology but I beg to differ. Technology has drastically escalated in the last decade, programs, phones, and the internet in general. Although it has been around... Continue Reading →

A Tragic Suicide Note By Daniel Somers

Daniel Somers was 21-years-old when he was mortally wounded in Iraq. He died a decade later on American soil, just yards from his home in Arizona.

Wounded Warrior Charity Wars

We will always complain about our jobs, our lives, the people around us and the organizations in which we belong to. Truth is that we will never be fully satisfied with anything. We’re human and it’s in our nature. I... Continue Reading →

Most people bounce back from trauma — But some never recover

An Army Sergeant married with two children deploys for the first time December 2005. His wife and children shed tears of sadness while the sergeant waves good bye and mounts the plane headed to Kuwait where he will prepare with... Continue Reading →

Unethical Business Practices

Our business in life is not to get ahead of others, but to get ahead of ourselves -- to break our own records, to outstrip our yesterday by our today. -Stewart B Johnson In a Public Relations stand point, it... Continue Reading →

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