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A Whistleblower’s Advice, keep the faith in difficult times. 

By Paula L. Pedene, APR, Fellow PRSA I’m in good company as we commemorate National Whistleblower Day on July 30. After all, two Navy Sailors, Samuel Shaw, a Revolutionary War naval officer, and Richard Marven, a midshipman, were the first whistleblowers in 1776. Shaw, a midshipman, and Marven, a third lieutenant in the Continental Navy, […]

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ASU’s Veterans Imagination Project offers unique support to transitioning military veterans

Nearly 200,000 U.S. service members separate from the military each year, and for them, the fundamental change from military to civilian is not a distant challenge on the horizon. Instead, the reality begins when they remove their uniform and pursue their next career move. Thanks to the Veterans Imagination Project (VIP), housed under the ASU

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Gwendolyn McKay Scholarship Winner

Military veterans can now apply for 2023 scholarships thanks to the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society

Many military members tend to be patriotic and willing to serve others. As such, their service to our nation in defending the Constitution and our freedoms can come with challenges and rewards. One of the rewards is patriotic and benevolent associations that tend to give back to our veterans. One of those organizations is the

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U.S. Army Veteran Kovacs Says Military Skills Help Him Create PPE

Chaz Kovacs is a U.S. Army Veteran and the Director of Operations at US POWER AZ PPE’s (POWER PPE) Mesa manufacturing plant. The Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) provider began production on its POWER3 Smart Masks and accompanying POWER3 Filter inserts in August 2020. Since then, Kovacs has been working diligently to provide high-quality, U.S.-made PPE

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When It Comes to COVID, Let’s Be Battle Ready Not Battle Weary

When not deployed, service members and their units undergo traditional training to prepare for military duties. During this phase, servicemembers go through routine training and medical evaluations that maintain their personal and team readiness level. They also take time to think about what enemies may be lurking around the corner.  Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster

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High School Essay Winners Speak to Legacy of Liberty During Veterans Day Broadcast

As part of its legacy building to recognize and celebrate our nation’s veterans, Honoring America’s Veterans hosts an annual High School Essay competition to bolster the knowledge of the sacrifice military members make through their service to the country.  This year’s theme is “The USA, A Beacon of Liberty.” Students from across the state sent

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Vets Helping Vets In Need

Veterans groups are working together to assist Native American Veterans on reservations to improve their sustainability needs.  They are calling the project Native American Sustainability for Veterans and those in Uniform (NAVSU). According to Bob Dalpe, one of the coordinators, “NAVSU will focus on fulfilling water, electrical and housing needs on the reservations.  The emphasis

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