Tag: Military

Your Bond Runs Deep. Don’t Lose Them Forever.

It’s almost Veteran’s Day, which means that now’s a better time than ever to look up any military friends in your life to let them know you’re thinking about them. Making friends in in the military creates a special kind of bond that can be hard to recreate once you’re out. That’s why it’s so Read More…

Find People That Served This Veteran’s Day

Together you served your country, accomplished amazing feats, and built a relationship like no other. Take time to find and reconnect with old military friends this Veteran’s Day with assistance from PeopleFinders.com. PeopleFinders is a valuable resource to help find people, including vets, in all areas of the country. From current addresses to background checks, Read More…

Remembering Pearl Harbor Day: 70 Years Later

December 7, 1941. The date was forever burned into the memories of an entire generation. It was the day Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. They arrived without warning, and without a formal declaration of war. What happened next changed the world forever. Today – December 7, 2011 – we look back and we remember. 70 Read More…

Paying Respect This Memorial Day Weekend

I never met my uncle Bill. He died long before I was born. I’ve only heard bits and pieces of his story, but here’s what I know. My uncle was a helicopter pilot. His chopper was shot down. He died in an unfamiliar land. He died defending the country he loved. He died so that Read More…

Stephen Colbert Helps Welcome Home The Troops

It’s hard to imagine a more touching moment. Soldiers who have been deployed in Iraq return to applause, cheers and the open arms of loved ones. On August 19, 2010, the last American combat brigade left Iraq. The final members of this 4,000 member unit made their way out of the country and into Kuwait Read More…

Pearl Harbor Day

December 7, 1941. This date was permanently burned into the memory of an entire generation, and more than 65 years later it still holds as one of the most notorious dates in American history. It was the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a day that changed the world forever. Just before 8a.m. Read More…

How Far Would You Go?

We watched recently as Stephen Colbert, host of the popular Comedy Central show The Colbert Report, went farther than most people could to make a connection with others. He traveled all the way to Iraq to entertain the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. For an entire week The Colbert Report was Read More…