Sunday, June 16

American Veteran Center: historians and journalist internship for future veterans' story

nterns and students are given the opportunity to meet and learn about America's greatest heroes. Here, former intern Michael O'Donnell visits the grave of Joe Ronnie Hooper, the most decorated soldier of the Vietnam War.  Michael researched Hooper's story, which he wrote for our publication Valor: the Veterans of Vietnam.


Americans might always feel safe for there are always people fighting for their freedom, and people wanting to tell the story of those who work hard, and sometimes give their lives for the blessed people who lives in America.
Of course that a lot of work is also done in America that requires putting people like Susan Lindauer in jail for five years or prosecuting people like Bradley Manning.

According to James C. Roberts, the president of American Veteran Center it is all in the name of freedom:

Welcome to our website!

The American Veterans Center is honored to have the privilege of preserving the legacy of America’s servicemen and women of every generation. Here at the Center, we know that it is essential to honor and remember not only the veterans we have among us today but also the veterans who have passed away and the many service members who have died while fighting for our freedom.

We sponsor numerous activities throughout the year that educate the public, with a special focus on tomorrow’s leaders, about the many sacrifices that have been made for individual liberty by thousands of people in the United States military. (emphasis added)

On this site, we are creating an interactive environment, where you can view, read, share or listen to veterans’ stories. The site will be constantly updated as we dig into our archives, digitalizing material shared with us in past years, and posting new material from patriots that are willing to share their stories with us and their fellow Americans.

Our dream is that all Americans, especially the youth, will never forget the sacrifices that were made by American Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines throughout our history to preserve the freedoms we enjoy today. (emphasis added)

I encourage you to get involved in this mission and to contribute as you are able. Almost 1,100 World War II veterans die each day. It is crucial that we work together to preserve their legacy, along with the legacy of service members of every generation.

Enjoy the site!

President
American Veterans Center

Picture: "Interns and students are given the opportunity to meet and learn about America's greatest heroes. Here, former intern Michael O'Donnell visits the grave of Joe Ronnie Hooper, the most decorated soldier of the Vietnam War.
Michael researched Hooper's story, which he wrote for our publication Valor: the Veterans of Vietnam."

I just miss the story of those vets who are homeless, are suffering from serious emotional distress, are committing suicide and so many other serious problems. After all the sponsors want to "Guard the Legacy of all Veterans."  Will you donate?


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