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Veterans Day and the Gospel of Food for Hungry Children

A teddy bear accompanies a halal meal in a C-130 Hercules before a humanitarian airdrop over Iraq, Aug. 14, 2014. An American child donated the teddy bear to offer support for children trapped in the Iraq conflict. U.S. airmen assisted with the airdrop, which included bottled water and food for displaced citizens of Sinjar, Iraq. Brawley is a loadmaster assigned to the 746th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron.

On Veterans Day and every day let's remember these life-saving missions by soldiers fighting hunger. Read More »

Veteran’s Day – Remembering Why We Celebrate November 11, 1918

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Brave men and women volunteer, go forward against all odds, and do what most people would not be able or willing to do. They are like those firefighters on 9-11 who went up while everyone else came down. Read More »

She Wanted to Mourn, But Chose to Save A Life

In my article Armistice Day, World Peace and Feeding the Hungry I talk about the amazing work of the Belgian Relief Commission. Read More »

Armistice Day, World Peace, and Feeding the Hungry

On Armistice Day let’s remember that dream of world peace that should have followed the First World War. Read More »