Stand Down for homeless veterans

The original Stand Down for homeless veterans was modeled after the Stand Down concept used during the Vietnam War to provide a safe retreat for units returning from combat operations.

This event is as it should be nation wide.

The American Veterans Stand Down Event in Orlando Florida

Stand Down for homeless veterans

2013 Orlando Veterans Stand Down – Volunteer Training


Soldiers from the 137th Quartermaster Company with the U.S. Army Reserve work on setting up a tent city for the Homeless Veterans Stand Down at Whittier Narrows Park in South El Monte on Wednesday October 31, 2012. The Homeless Veterans Stand Down is the 2nd annual SGV Heroes in the Shadows, 3-day event providing support services for homeless vets. (SGVN/Staff photo by Keith Durflinger)

Our Navy Ships are an Endangered Species


Endangered Mammals have the right to live in their oceans.

Our navy constantly guarantees us that their ships and men are well equipped to stop hurting endangered species while using their newest types of sonar and equipment because they can spot them well in advance of any danger?

On Sunday 12 August 2012 11.20 EDT one of our newest and best navy equipped ships could not spot The biggest moving objects ever built by man in the most active area in the world, a place where one would think that a ship would constantly be on the lookout for any danger?

USS Porter (DDG-78) a guided missile destroyer, commissioned in 1999 and actively serving as of 2012

US Navy ship collides with oil tanker

Three years ago, The USS Hartford, a nuclear-powered submarine based in Groton, Conn., collided in the Strait with the USS New Orleans, a San Diego-based amphibious ship.



Published on Feb 19, 2013