Captain Jason Jones Continues to Serve Others

They looked like typical school boys playing baseball or soccer for Blue Mountain High School in Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania. They were young, energetic, and ambitious. Two of this group of tight-knit friends started their own lawn mowing business. They promised to be...

Putting Pride Aside

As one of 10 siblings, James D. looked out for his siblings especially after losing his mother when he was just 12 years old.  After high school, he was looking for a new adventure. This York, Pennsylvania native visited an Army recruiter with a friend and they both...

Veteran Moving Forward For Her Children

After hearing her Veteran grandfather’s stories about serving in the Battle of the Bulge, Linda*  knew she wanted to enlist in the Army.  At age 23, and the mother of a 3 year old, Linda, wanted to better herself and provide security for her young family.  The Army...

Volunteer for Veterans

One of the greatest business lessons students have learned this year is adaptability and flexibility.  For full time dental hygienist and student, Deanna Brugger, it was particularly challenging.  She is completing her requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree in...

Homeless Doesn’t Mean Hopeless

Henry* was born on an Army base in Fort Allen, Puerto Rico. His grandfather served at the base and his father worked there as a civilian.  The son of two Army veteran’s, his mother served as a nurse in the Army and his father was a chemical specialist.  As a child, he...