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Rodolfo wanted to share his story on what made him quit smoking, hoping this would help other Veterans like him take that important step in their life. I smoked for 40 years, learn what motivated me to stop smoking.
The Jud Fuller Annual Service Award recognizes an employee of the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) who has demonstrated adherence to the highest standards demanded by the emergency management profession.
Now is the time to prepare, before a storm hits. In an effort to ensure Veterans and their families are better prepared for hurricanes, we have developed a new Hurricane Preparedness Guide for Veterans and Families.
"Ruben Sanchez, the current Secretary for the Puerto Rico BVA Regional Group was in Iraq with a battalion from Puerto Rico when I was wounded in 2006,” stated Bogart. “That’s when I became legally blind.”
As state-of-the-art technology and diagnostic procedures forms part of the medical care often provided to Veterans, it’s vital that VA facilities are enhanced in terms of space and comfortable environments
He managed to muster enough energy to point one finger to demonstrate his gratification for the medal they were giving him.
His frail movement was obvious, but his spirit of honor pierced through his deep blue eyes.