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Social Security Benefits & Veterans

How to Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits the Same Time as VA Benefits If you are a veteran who is disabled, you may qualify for both Veterans Administration (VA) benefits and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) administered through the Social Security Administration (SSA). While both... Continue Reading →

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Whiskey With A Cause: The Glenlivet 14 Year Old

The Purple Heart Foundation is solely dedicated to serving our nation’s heroes and The Glenlivet has joined our cause! The Glenlivet is commemorating Purple Heart Month by partnering with the Purple Heart Foundation to introduce the brand new 14-Year-Old single malt scotch whiskey, in... Continue Reading →

Honoring Purple Heart Month

As we begin the month of August, it is our great pleasure to welcome you to Purple Heart Month! This month is dedicated to paying our respects to all the brave men and women wounded or killed in combat. The... Continue Reading →

Help last “Navajo Code Talkers” This Memorial Day!

After the recent passing of 97 year old Navajo Code Talker, Fleming Begaye Sr., the Navajo Nation will be doing something special to honor the service and sacrifice of their veteran community. This Memorial Day the Navajo Nation in Rock... Continue Reading →

The Real Story of Veteran’s Day

...The 11th hour... ...On the 11th day... ...Of the 11th month... Hostility ceased in this moment back in 1918 marking the end of World War I. Armistice Day was then celebrated on the 11th day of November to commemorate the... Continue Reading →

Walking Across America For Purple Hearts!

On March 1st, 2018 two friends, Matt Andersen & Trevor Stephens, began their journey, a “Walk Across America,” that would take a little over 6 months and raise awareness and money for a charity of their choosing. We only learned... Continue Reading →

PTSD Awareness Day

Today the Purple Heart Foundation posts this article in an effort to spread awareness of PTSD Awareness Day and the serious causes, symptoms, treatments associated with PTSD.

A First For Everything

On August 13 in 1918, the United States Marine Corps opened its doors,allowing for the enlistment of women, so that they may join in the efforts of World War I. On that day, over 300 women enlisted. First in line... Continue Reading →

The Sisterhood of the Military: Susan Hale Jaracz Story

When you think of the military one word that comes to most people’s mind is “brotherhood”. But what happens when a woman is thrown into the mix? Does that change the dynamic of the team? Does that mean there could... Continue Reading →

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