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DaNang65  Send Private Message
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Real Name: Bob Phillips
Gender: Male
Birthday: 03/04/1946
Country: USA
State: Arizona
Registered: 06/27/2011
Last Visit: 06/27/2011 6:34 PM
 
USMC, '63-'67, RVN '65-'66, '66-'67

Past Post Commander, Indiana AMVETS Post 20, AMVETS Certified Service Officer, Indiana AMVETS Distinguished Service Award, Life Member VFW Post 549, Member Arizona American Legion Post 68, Member Hoa Binh Chapter 160 VFP, Outreach Coordinator -Mindful Veterans Project
 
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08/21/2011 6:06 AM

I just read your post on incarcerated vets. It brought tears to my eyes. I am employed at a correctional facility - the offenders call me "The Vet Lady". I stumbled across your post while searching for new ideas for the Veteran's Program our incarcerated vets put on every year. I just wanted to say thank you for your post. All too many times our veterans are forgotten, but our incarcerated veterans are almost always forgotten. Regardless of what they did to become incarcerated, they once served our country and protected our rights and freedoms. Being involved in a veterans group or program gives them back some of the dignity they have lost during their incarceration. It is amazing to see the difference in their attitudes and demeanor after being involved with other vets. Thank you for not forgetting those vets who are still incarcerated upon your release. You are truly a special person. If you have any ideas for our upcoming program, please let me know. Thanks again! "The Vet Lady"
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07/16/2011 9:34 AM

Thank you for your service
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