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WWII Medal of Honor Recipient Wilburn K. Ross Shares his Story

Posted on: May 12, 2017

Update: Wilburn K. Ross passed away on May 9, 2017. Rest in peace, Sgt. Ross. You will not be forgotten. The following story was originally published November 2013. by Tim […]


Use Military Allowances and S&I Pay to Qualify for a Mortgage

Posted on: March 15, 2017

by Ron Bennett, VA Loan Officer and 35-year U.S. Army Veteran. Active duty military personnel receive various types pay above their regular pay during their military career such as allowances […]


Veterans Day 2016

Posted on: November 11, 2016

Veterans are the life blood of our country’s freedom. If those who have served had never served, we would not be living in the same America. We set aside November […]


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10 Facts You Didn’t Know about the Fourth of July and the Declaration of Independence

Posted on: June 30, 2016

All Americans know that the fourth of July is all about fireworks and cooking meat on the grill. But before barbeques, vacations, and light shows in the sky, a manuscript […]


Watch Conan Get Chased Down By A Military German Shepherd

Posted on: February 24, 2016

Conan visits a professional military dog training center and tries to get away from an attack dog named Astor. The key word here is “try.” He never had chance! Take […]


Veteran Scores Incredible Touchdown, Crowd Goes Wild

Posted on: February 23, 2016

Bryan Sperry, 89 years old, scores an incredible touchdown playing in the University of Kansas Alumni Flag Football game. Let’s give this WWII veteran a cheer! What do you think? […]


US Navy Special Forces Veteran Story of RIMPAC

What Severed Fingers, Killer Waves & An Achievement Medal Taught Me About Preparedness

Posted on: June 15, 2015

I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: Be prepared for anything. Time and again, I learned this lesson during my days in the military. But one incident did […]


SERE Training : Life Lessons from the Brink of Survival

SERE Training : Life Lessons from the Brink of Survival

Posted on: April 27, 2015

by US Navy Special Forces Veteran Rick Campos Adaptability – adjusting your plans and mindset to exploit new opportunities – can be a valuable skill in both your personal and […]


Rick Campos while in US Navy Special Forces SWCC, 2005.

Military to Civilian Transition Advice From a Vet Who’s Done It

Posted on: March 26, 2015

By US Navy Special Forces Vet Rick Campos Many veterans face limited career options (or so they think) after discharge. However, with enough planning, legwork, the right attitude and some […]


It Took a Faulty Parachute To Teach Me This Life Lesson That You Should Hear

It Took a Faulty Parachute To Teach Me This Life Lesson That You Should Hear

Posted on: March 19, 2015

By Rick Campos As I corkscrewed toward the earth beneath a tangle of parachute lines, a lifetime of reflection was compressed into just four seconds – maybe five. “I don’t […]