Carlos and Rosemarie Evans: The Inspiring Story of a Wounded Warrior and Enduring Love
- By Christian Newswire
ORLANDO -- Sustaining a military marriage is difficult, especially when deployments keep a family separated for prolonged periods. The strain is intensified when there is an injury. According to the PTSD Foundation of America, an estimated two-thirds of marriages fail for troops suffering from combat trauma. Carlos and Rosemarie Evans know first-hand. In "Standing Together: The Inspirational Story of a Wounded Warrior and Enduring Love" (Kregel), they share their story of facing severe injury, rehabilitation, PTSD and addiction.
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Visiting Museum of Military History
- By Tony Dunn
Visitors enjoy their tour of the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History with thousands of artifacts. The museum is located at American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 located at 3110 Wade Hamtpon Blvd., Taylors, SC. The museum is open Saturdays at 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.. Admission is FREE.
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- By Stuart McClure
Adjutant Tony Dunn and Co-Director Bobby Prater of American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 do some big time G.I. cleaning at the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History on 3110 Wade Hampton Blvd. in Taylors, SC.
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Korean Vets Hold Election
- By Lew Perry
The regular monthly meeting of the KWVA Foothills Chapter 301 was held Thursday June 13, 2019 at the Golden Corral. The June meeting is always the annual meeting for election of officers. Those elected for the coming year include Lewis I ”Lew” Perry, President; Jerry Lunsford, !st Vice President: Ulish Givance, 2nd Vice President: Cynthia Perry, associate member, Secretary/Treasurer. New officers assumed their role following Installation of officers conducted by Past President, Francis Thompson. Committee chairman and other appointments and will be made by the new President and announced at the next meeting August 8, 2019. Outgoing President Conrad Nowak retired with comments thanking the members for their support and cooperation during the past two years.
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July 27 Korean War Truce Day
- By Lewis Vaughn
I along with millions of Americans will celebrate Independence Day on July 4TH. I hope all will pause, reflect and give thanks to our Creator for bestowing to us this great country. But freedom is not free. I suggest readers research what happened to the signers of the Declaration of Independence. All lost their fortunes, some were executed, families persecuted and destroyed, and more. They gave their all to provide us with the freedoms we enjoy today. So did the hundreds of thousands that have lost their lives in all of America’s wars since the Revolutionary War, including those that are serving and protecting us in today’s wars.
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The Korean War
- By Lew Perry
The Forgotten War, The Forgotten Victory
Here in the upstate of South Carolina, and all across the nation, a select group of men and women remember well answering the call, (Selective Service, ie: Draft Notice), for military service. Going where? to a land most had never heard of and surely couldn’t speak the language. And because the United States had not been attacked by anyone, and because we were still feeling the effects of WWII, the big question was why? The short answer was the United Nations and because the US government and the American people did not think we should go to War in Korea, most resented it and ever since it has become known as the “Forgotten War”.
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