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Looking for William Keahi Iaukea

VETERANS,Does anyone know William Keahi Iaukea on the Big Island or his familymember?  If so, could you please have them contact Garry from Australia (alphasix@boztek.com.au)who found William’s dog tags while in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.  

Jennifer

Maui County Veterans Council Newsletter for Oahu – January 9, 2015

Maui County Veterans Council

AMERICA
“Land Of The Free Because Of The Brave”

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Maui County Veterans Council Newsletter – January 9, 2015

Maui County Veterans Council

AMERICA
“Land Of The Free Because Of The Brave”

Please Visit Our Website: hivets.com

Please visit our website at  www.hivets.com

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Faces Never Forgotten – Vietnam Veterans Memorial – Hawaiian Airlines Upcoming Article!

Its official… Hawaiian Airlines is writing an article for the Faces Never Forgotten ~ Vietnam Veterans Memorial for me.  Interview is tomorrow, it will come out in their Hana Hou Magazine April/May Issue. The magazine will be on every flight that Hawaiian flies for two months. I am sure it will bring in photos!!!  Iam over the top about this!  Aloha, Janna

MAUI VA BENEFITS WORKSHOP – JANUARY 10, 2015

PTSD RESOURCE LINK

RNtoBSN.org recently published a resource to help not only nurses, but anyone — family members, friends, co-workers — better understand and recognize PTSD. You can take a look here: http://www.rntobsn.org/resources/ptsd/.  It includes tools and information to empower education and career; and help non-healthcare workers understand more about PTSD.