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When wars aren't won by bullets, victory is still possible
For the first time since we married several years ago, my husband and I do not have medical insurance through a private health insurer. Instead we are covered by two United States government programs. By virtue of age and his military service, he qualifies for Medicare and the Veterans Administration (VA) care. As his spouse I … Continue reading “Welcome home and thank you for your service.”
April 30, 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the official end of United States military involvement in VietNam. On that day in 1975, the American Embassy in Saigon was evacuated as the North Vietnamese army entered the city, thereby establishing what they now observe as "Reunification". via The Vietnam Center and Archive: Exhibits - The Fall … Continue reading Tuesday Travels- VietNam, week 1