Top 5 Veterans News Today: Jan. 04, 2018

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  1. Veterans Find Release Through Writers Workshop. Vietnam veteran Marc Levy of Salem stood up before dozens gathered on Veterans Day in Abbot Hall in Marblehead, and read his essay called “The Quiet Time,”
  2. TommyCar Auto Group Gives Back to Local Veterans. Carla Cosenzi, president of TommyCar Auto Group, recently presented Jack Collins, director of the Northampton Veteran Affairs Medical Center, with a check for $1,480.

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  3. Tracking The Lives Of Veterans To Figure Out Where They Slip Through The Cracks. About 20 veterans a day commit suicide, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. But that number is probably far higher if you factor in those less than honorably and dishonorably discharged
  4. Eagar veterans memorial nears completion. Five large granite monuments arrived by truck in Eagar last Thursday, all the way from Ohio. The monuments, one for each branch of the U.S military service…
  5. American culture, military veterans, and the forever-war. Ask anyone doing social justice work in the US to name the glaring problems of our society and the list will come quickly…


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