Employers interview, offer jobs to wounded warriors, veterans at DoN conference
About 500 wounded warriors and veterans connected with almost 80 employers and 14 support organizations during DoD’s Hiring Heroes Career Fair May 29 at the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown hotel.
Marines HITT field to support heroes
CHERRY POINT, N.C. - Marines are known for their strength and skill, and are recognized by the country's citizens as America's expeditionary force in readiness. As the nation's first line of defense, Marines have a huge load to carry to support the citizens as well as their brothers and sisters fighting beside them.
Program Helps Wounded Warriors Transition to Workforce
Mr. Aaron Helstrom of Marine Corps Installation Command (MCICOM) was recently interviewed by NBC4 in Washington, D.C. about his participation in the Computer/Electronic Accommodation Program (CAP).
Wounded, injured and ill Aussie soldiers make gains by competing internationally. Pages 4-6.
Gary Sinise, Wounded Veterans Honored at Padres Military Day
Petco Park offered a packed line-up of events Sunday during its Military Opening Day, including appearances by actor and military advocate Gary Sinise and a wounded Marine who biked all the way across the country. Oh yeah, and then there was some Padres baseball.
Wounded warriors prevail through perseverance, dedication
Marines from Wounded Warrior Battalion East traveled to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Calif., for the 4th annual Marine Corps Trials in March to compete with wounded service members from around the world.
Marine struggles in fight of his life
It was a sensation that Marine Staff Sgt. Javier Jimenez could physically feel: the weight of life was literally crushing him.