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- Family of veterans honored in Delight. It’s easy to drive right through Delight without even realizing it. The small community nestled between Polkville and Casar is where Carl Hastings has lived his entire life, with the exception of the years he served in the Navy and Air Force.
- Celebrating local veterans. Korean War veteran Logan Knight was handed a commemorative coin from American Legion Hardin Post 113 Commander John Saunders at the post’s annual honor luncheon Wednesday.
- Leaving The Military Wasn’t My Idea: How Separation Status May Affect Homelessness in Women Veterans. Ask enough women veterans about their own experience with homelessness and you hear a consistent refrain, that they were “unprepared” for life after the military, that homelessness “surprised” them, and they were therefore unable to plan for it.
- Veteran uses talents to help other veterans. Robert Serge served in the United States Navy for 20 months as part of an ordnance laboratory test facility. As he puts it, “We designed harbor mines and stuff like that.”
- Missouri Department of Corrections Offers Program for Veterans. The Missouri Department of Corrections houses more than 1,860 offenders who self-identify as U.S. military veterans. For the 133 self-identified veterans who are inmates at the Moberly Correctional Center (MCC)…