As a new military mom, I feel a need to ask myself, “Did 9/11 cause my then six-year-old to now be a strong 22-year-old college graduate heading to serve in the Navy”? I wonder if my lovely daughter would be on a different career path if she had never witnessed that horror that hit so […]
Original article by Carol Ruth Weber published on The Public Slate. The Suffolk County Police Department, in New York, made history by enlisting a double amputee to be an active duty officer on Friday, March 24, 2017. Marine Veteran Matias Ferreira served to protect his country in Afghanistan and is now, officially on active duty, protecting his home turf […]
History shows that when the U.S. heads to war eyes have been on the sailors dressed to protect the seas. Not only do sailors, dressed in their signature garb, take center stage on ships, but they have also been the main story focus of famed films, theatrical productions, and TV shows. Although “Top Gun” may […]
Original article by Carol Ruth Weber published on Guardian Liberty Voice. The U.S. Navy has been stepping up its game, in its attempt to give females an equal footing with their male counterparts, when it comes to standard attire and fashion glory. Changes in uniform design, to new hair, and accessorizing rules are allowing women who […]
After a lot of planning and hard work, the Navy Moms Relief Fund website is finally here!!! Join our team and help us show support to military service members and their families by visiting our new website at: navymomsrelieffund.org
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