Tuesday, April 13, 2021

I Was Born Into The Army

October 31, 2016 by  
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by Sabrina Olazarra I was born into the army. My grandfather served in WWII and the Korean War and my father served during the Vietnam War Era. I grew up as a dependent in the US Army. I was one the lucky kids who got to see the world, Korea and all over Europe.  As […]

As You Wave On

September 27, 2016 by  
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This poem was written in Ramadi Iraq, 2005. At the end of a particularly gruesome day, feeling so many emotions, I became fixated on the lone American flag flying above our post. I became jealous of it’s materialistic nature that allowed it not to feel the great pains of war. AS YOU WAVE ON By […]

Women of the Civil War Recognized at Arlington Ceremony

September 19, 2016 by  
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Women who fought in the Civil War as combat soldiers were officially recognized in a ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery on September 18, 2016. On hand, to help honor the service of the brave women, was our very own American Women Veterans executive director and founder Genevieve Chase. “A patriot’s heart knows no gender,” Chase […]