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  • NASDAQ Bell: Ringing the Freedom Bell Through a Life of Adversity

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    I am not a normal woman – I have had an atypical path in life. I've endured love, death, mental illness, cancer and the privilege of defending our country. Through it all, I've worked as hard as possible. I do not want pity and I do not want fame. Because of the path I've chosen, I remind myself each day to be grateful to stand on U.S. soil and smile without a second thought.   To represent my pride and gratitude for the opportunities I... more

  • Veterans Group Wants Return of 'Armistice Day'

    Armistice Day, Nov 11, 1923, at Arlington National Cemetery, with Secretary of War John Weeks, Pres. Calvin Coolidge, and Asst. Secretary of the Navy Franklin D. Roosevelt paying tribute to the Unknown Soldier. (Library of Congress photo)

    As veterans groups go, Veterans For Peace is small in number -- about 3,500 members across the country. But for the past five years, at least, the group has acted big -- pressing its members to ring bells on Nov. 11 to mark Armistice Day, the precursor to Veterans Day, to reclaim the day for what they say it was originally intended: marking an end to war and a call for peace. "Over the years, Veterans Day has become more about glorifying mil... more

  • LIVESTREAM: Veterans Day Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery

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    President Barack Obama, Defense Secretary Ash Carter, and Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will take part in the 62nd Veterans Day observance at Arlington National Cemetery, Va. /p> more

  • Veterans Day Resources for Teachers

    Teachers, are you ready to celebrate Veterans Day? The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Day webpage has resources for observing this special day, whether through learning about its background, or planning community or school-related events. Teachers looking for materials can also download and use an updated teacher's resource guide. Also, the Veterans Day poster gallery at the Veterans Day poster gallery provides the option to dow... more

  • New York Hosts Parade

    Leaders of the New York City veterans' community have announced details for the fourth annual Veterans Week NYC 2015. On Nov. 11 the week's premier event takes place — "America's Parade," the 96th annual New York City Veterans Day Parade, the largest celebration of service in the nation, with participants from more than 30 states marching up Fifth Avenue. The featured military branch of this year's parade is the Navy. For more information, vis... more

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