CINCINNATI (WKRC) - If there's a lady in your life who serves in the U. S. military, Wednesday is a special day to honor her service. February 19 is 'National Vet Girls Rock Day. ' Nearly two million women have served the U. S. in its various military branches: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps an... ... See more
Congrats to our U.K. #sisterinservice “Capt Rosie Wild, 28, was described as a "trailblazer" after passing the P Company course - which many men fail. Several women have attempted P Company, also known as the All Arms Pre-Parachute Selection (AAPPS), since they were first able to apply in the 1990s. Physical challenges across the five days include a timed 20-mile endurance march and an aerial assault course. Capt Wild was awarded the coveted maroon beret of the Parachute Regiment, or the Paras, on Tuesday - though she will not join the regiment. She will serve in 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery which is attached to 16 Air Assault Brigade, the Army's rapid reaction force.” ... See more
The former US Marine and DEA Supervisory Special Agent is no stranger to record breaking, and has just set a remarkable fitness record for the longest time in the plank position (male) at an incredible time of 8 hours 15 minutes and 15 seconds. ... See more
Robinson then went on to join the U.S. Navy in 1977, just one year after women were authorized to attend the Naval Academy. “At the time they were selecting 10 women a year out of the nation and I was one of those 10," she said. In 1980, she became the first African American female pilot in the U.S Navy to earn her wings. “They were opening a door, I didn’t know was closed," Robinson said. ... See more
We are still working on the tour and partnering venues. While Crystalle is on the road she promotes the tour at every show - this had to work, right? How are you doing? #keepingthefaith
Humanity owes the Black race a lot of apologies for stealing her achievements and denying her ingenuity. As we dig more and more into Black history, we are surprised to find that the Black race has contributed immensely to the progress of humanity. ... See more
This is beautiful. Keep your word - it’s important. ❤️
Retired Marine Master Sgt. William H. Cox and Retired Marine First Sgt. James 'Hollie' Hollingsworth were only young men when they joined the Marines and reported for the Vietnam War. They lost plenty of friends and fellow servicemen during the war. But in the midst of all that chaos, the two agreed ... See more
Yayyy hot sauce!!
One locally-owned company has made it their mission to help others, and it’s all thanks to hot sauce.
TBI is one of the major contributors to depression - it is not “just a headache.” Thanks your the share Monica Mancuso Murdock! ❤️
In light of today's announcement from the defense department that 34 U.S. service members suffered traumatic brain injuries as a result of Iran's retaliatory strike and President Trump's remarks which minimized these troops’ injuries, the Veterans of Foreign Wars cannot stand idle on this matter. ... See more
Yes they do! That’s why we picked Stop Soldier Suicide as the recipient charity - they recognize and support the entire family unit. Stop Soldier Suicide
On. Sept. 27, Tom Hanks and former Sen. Elizabeth Dole officially announced the launch of Hidden Heroes, a national campaign to raise awareness and garner support for the nation’s 5.5 million military and veteran caregivers.At the event, Hanks addressed the crowded auditorium at the U.S. Capitol i... ... See more