Posts Tagged 'U. S. veterans'

VA to Medical Professionals Doing Union Work on the Clock: Back to Your Healthcare Jobs of Serving Veterans.

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As a shop steward (aka union representative) of a company that I worked for decades ago, I performed all union duties during my off-time from work. Only once did I attend a union function on company time and that was because my presence was requested at on on-going contract negotiation between management and the union.  My presence which lasted no longer than thirty minutes was agreed upon by both parties to which I obliged. Before that day and ever since, all ...

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The American Veteran – Episode #1202

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Published on Nov 11, 2018 by U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs

This episode of The American Veteran features stories about: Charles Norman Shay, a 94-year old Penobscot tribal elder, who served in WWII as a combat medic landing on Omaha Beach in the first wave; a 27-piece salsa band made up entirely of military Veterans; an Army Veteran applies the unbreakable warrior spirit to wheelchair basketball; a Navy Veteran who, with help from ...

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