by Trey Howard What does being a soldier’s child mean? It’s more than a phrase, mannerism, or easy task. It’s a lifestyle. My father began his journey in the armed forces at age 18, fresh out of high school and ready for Desert Storm, almost 10 years before I was born. Although I had not […]
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Prior to enlisting many of the soldiers to be, have no idea what the the Soldiers creed is all about. In this blog post our Voice of the Veteran talks about the importance of the soldiers creed. The Importance of the Soldier’s Creed The Soldier’s Creed is something that teaches you the values of an […]
The true life of the military has changed drastically over the years not only for the good but for the bad as well. The main reason is military discipline and the lack thereof! The days of disciplining a service member with on-the-spot push-ups, flutter kicks, etc. have all but come to a halt except in […]
Joyful faces eagerly awaited the return of 135 soldiers from the 116th Army National Guard. Family, friends and loved ones have been without their soldiers for to long and they are excited to get them back home safe and sound. The 135 soldiers have seen a lot in the past year visiting places like Kuwait, […]
All too often, wounded or disabled veterans return home from war only to ask, “What do I do now?” Many feel that the loss of limb or motor function equates to a loss of purpose or a loss of identity. But the Department of Veterans Affairs and the United States Olympic Committee have joined forces […]
The most well-known problem that veterans face after they come home from combat is post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Several programs are set up to raise awareness of the disorder and help treat it in victims. However, there are several problems that returning military members and veterans face that are not as widely known […]
Located 20 minutes away from Low VA Rates Corporate Headquarters is Utah’s only designated Veterans Cemetery. Limited personnel and an excess of 15 burials a week has led to degradation in the Cemetery’s grounds maintenance capability. Low VA Rates had 10 employees volunteer and put in about 25 hours of hard work improving the cemetery […]