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US Wings A-2 Jacket Giveaway

We want to thank Sgt. Hack, founder of US Wings┬« , for being a strong voice for veterans.

His story can be read in full at www.sgthack.com.

Our Next Drawing is on July 28th

Enter to Win A2 Jacket

VETERANS Enter to Win a US Wings A-2 Jacket

Enter to win a US Wings® A-2 Flight Jacket. Value $200
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16 comments

    • Serve as a mentor at a Veterans Treat ment Court, visit veterans home, provide support to local veterans organizations and disabled veterans.

    • Hey, Willard, I have already decided that it is I who will win and wear the leather.

      Just Kidding, couldn’t resist.

      Mark

  1. I began my naval career aboard the USS Enterprise (CVAN-65) following boot camp in Florida. And later became a naval aircrewman flying special duty with the USAF during the Cold War in England. A new flight jacket would be very welcomed.

  2. Enjoyed todays show Dale on Veterans benefits March 31, 2019. Is the contest for pilots only?

    I didn’t hear your guest’s name today. I have seen good and bad in the private sector . Still I believe the VA interaction is helpful when Veterans are polite yet persistent. Veterans do not always receive care at the VA for lack of transportation to the VA hospitals.

    Care givers and guardians are sometimes too busy . Family , Friends , Neighbors or Acquaintances can be a life saver even just offering a ride . Arrangements for transportation can be made for future visits provided Veterans make it there for the 1st visit. I will mention also about joining a post. Veterans in our neighborhood need to meet . Thank you for the show today. It helps me try to figure out the best course interaction.

    Until next week ,
    Joan D. Ford

  3. I was drafted in 1961, retired in 1982. I have written many articles for local newspapers and had a book published in 2012. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2007.

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