May 23, 2017

Learning from 100 years of women at war: one Veteran’s perspective

Put a bunch of women Veterans in a room, give them a mission to accomplish, and something almost magical ends up happening. I’ve seen this over […]
May 20, 2017

100 years later: Remembering the first American casualties of World War I

It was a warm Sunday afternoon on May 20, 1917, as nurses and doctors of Chicago’s Base Hospital Unit No. 12 gathered on deck of the U.S.S. […]
May 11, 2017

Heritage: Soldier’s simple WWI letter reminds us to remember Mom

Somewhere in France, May 12, 1918 My dear mother: It is Sunday again and “mothers day” at that so I’ll have to take the Chaplains advice […]
March 22, 2017

Celebrating 100 years of enlisted military service for women

Since the American Revolution, women have served on America’s battlefield. They served as nurses, spies, cooks, and even disguised themselves as men to fight in the […]
March 18, 2017

March military milestones – Mexico to Vietnam

The other morning around the coffee-and-conversation table, one of our vets remarked on the several auspicious anniversaries coming up this month. One of them has to […]
November 10, 2016

Veterans on Parade

November 10, 2016

Lost, found but never forgotten

November 9, 2016

Nearly a century later, a Medford war hero will be honored

October 26, 2016

Southern Oregon women joined the Navy