Whether it be as a mentor or a funder, bridging the digital divide for veterans in 2024 and beyond is a multifaceted mission with wide-ranging implications. The impact on veterans’ lives is immediate and sets the stage for their long-term success and well-being. Through enduring partnerships and a commitment to digital equity, we can ensure that veterans, regardless of age, are equipped with the tools and knowledge they need to thrive in this fast-changing, complex digital era.
Operation Military Family and Comcast today announced they are continuing their partnership to bridge the digital divide among veterans, including working with and supporting several other veterans organizations in Washington state. Comcast will donate $20,000 and 100 laptops to Operation Military Family to help address the needs of veterans and their families, including physical and mental health, employment, housing, social support and more.
Communicators are storytellers, so what better framework to follow than Joseph Campbell’s classic “Hero’s Journey” to help employees feel like they’re growing and equipped to face even the most dragon-like challenges? That’s how Shellie Willis, senior director of...
The average cost of grad school comes out to roughly $38,200 per year. Discover the average cost by program, as well as average graduate debt amounts and earning potential.
MAY is Military Appreciation Month. Collaboration is key to greater market impact and influence. As leaders and organizations, we need to look for ways to partner that will lead to the greatest impact.
If you are looking to stay within your military field of experience or are looking to transition into a new career, tap the experts and know the secrets an effective resume that will grab the attention of the HR department.
Wanna know the best colleges to attend if you are a veteran pursuing higher education? This article reveals some of the best in 2022-2023.
Learn more about veteran rights and discrimination, and to see if you or a family member may have been illegally discriminated against for a civilian job. You sacrificed for your country and now it’s time for your country’s legal system to work to protect your rights. https://florinroebig.com/veteran-rights-discrimination/
Top Gun: Maverick is already proving to be a blockbuster. What is truly impressive is that the film embodies exactly what is essential to YOUR success. Watch this 2 minute video. A shout-out to @USAA and to @WeAreTheMighty
Are you ready for end-times? And…and we even close to end-times? Find out in this latest edition of The Military Wire with retired colonel and Chaplain David Giammona and best-selling author Troy Anderson.
OPERATION MILITARY FAMILY AND COMCAST LAUNCH PILOT PROGRAM TO HELP SOLVE DIGITAL INEQUITY AMONG VETERANS
Comcast Washington announced on NOV 11, 2021 partnerships with Operation Military Family and two other military community organizations in the state to help bridge the digital inequity divide among Veterans. The company donated $25,000.00, 100 laptops, and a Digital...
How do we have conversations with people who don’t hold our same values – how do we move beyond “liberals are crazy” and “conservatives are Nazis”? HOW DO WE WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE OUR ENEMIES?
A very recent study suggested that more than 72% of Americans face some sort of depression or anxiety due to COVID, economic upheaval, or accelerating uncertainty.
These times often lead to, and reveal, darkness – but what if it isn’t just mental?
What if there is another darkness – a spiritual darkness – that is feeding off all the uncertainty and anxiety. What if that is the cause?
What if your military service – your months and years of training – is actually the secret to unlocking true treasure in life?
My guest on this episode of The Military Wire is Fred Lewis. Fred, at first glance, appears to be a rugged mountain man who spends his days living off the land. But appearances can be deceiving.
What if what you learned in the service is the secret to your success in corporate America?
Bruce Evans, Army Veteran and VP of Franchise Development for the nationally renowned food chains Capriotti’s and Wing Zone, shares how his military experience – and what specifically from his military service – opened the doors to his climb in corporate America.
It is no secret that eight out of 10 veterans are not receiving the benefits they deserve by law and less than 25 percent (or 4.9 million) of veterans alive today are receiving disability benefits by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Air Force officer and author Brian Reese reveals this step-by-step method that has helped thousands of Veterans get the benefits they’ve earned on this latest interview of The Military Wire.
Knowing who we are and what our purpose is seems like a hidden treasure, discovered by only a few.
Our guest on this episode of The Military Wire reveals how to find this “hidden treasure” so you can move from broken to beautiful despite the circumstances of life.
What will you do when life changes? Glenn Ignazio, retired Air Force Special Operations commander, and Defense Intelligence Technology innovator, grew up dreaming of becoming a pilot– a U.S. Air Force pilot, specifically. His dream became a reality when he enlisted at age 18, only for that same dream to be ripped out from under him 22 years later due to a horrific accident while training.
Fact or Fiction? Brilliant at spotting patterns in the data that others miss, ex-CIA analyst Whitney Watts sees evidence of a troubling link between illicit Chinese arms sales and an attack on a US military convoy in Afghanistan. If she’s right, it would portend not only massive casualties, but a devastating threat to global stability.
Andrews and Wilson share in the interview how they keep their stories relevant and moving. Both having served in the U.S. Navy on assignments often hidden from the public, they share how fact and fiction both fall in the grey zone but assure the listener that no individuals or missions are ever revealed or compromised in their writing.
Former Navy SEAL Garrick Fernbaugh is no stranger to chaotic moments in life. So, if you are looking for practical ways to navigate life’s uncertainties, be sure to listen in. He also shares how High Value Target is helping improve real life engagement – that hopefully leads to a more peaceful world.
On this episode of The Military Wire, Jen and Tom share how they were on the brink of marital disaster because of Tom’s PTS, saved it, and now today both help thousands of military couples find that spark and fan the flame. Their books are life savers (you’ll have to listen to get the titles).
In this latest video interview with best-selling author and Israeli Navy Commander Alon Ulman – who is better known as the “Tony Robbins” of Israel – reveals the steps one must adopt to experience breakthrough. Good news: you can do this!
If you are facing a fight in receiving the benefits you’ve earned, this is an episode you’ll want to listen to. Amanda and her group were able to secure over $500,000 in backpay VA Disability Compensation after a 20-year legal fight for one of her clients!
A symbol of power and strength for over half a century, Air Force One, the aircraft assigned to transport the president and his team, has continued to modernize over the decades. For the first time, National Geographic follows the classified mission to create the president’s new aircraft, providing an inside look at the cutting-edge engineering and technology that transforms the plane into a top-secret command center.
The past year already saw an increase in business closures, social unrest, and suicides. And it is hard for some to understand what a post-COVID-19 America will look like. So, I had Bob Zadek on The Military Wire to discuss what enemies we as Americans face ahead of us.
Are we on the verge of another war? In his latest book, American Traitor, Brad Taylor reveals how China may not be targeting Hong Kong…but another nation. A true thriller that bleeds the lines between fact and fiction, you’ll finish reading this wondering if what you are seeing today isn’t actually playing out before your eyes.
Impossible is only impossible until someone makes it possible. This year embrace the idea of improving the areas of your life you thought were impossible to improve. This is the year to embrace The Art of the Impossible.
Perception bias is creating a ever-widening domestic divide that threatens our national security. The “divide and conquer” war-time strategy is underway – and if we don’t stop it, America will fall.
What would you do when faced with choosing between a superior officer’s order and mercy? The military suspense movie RECON will have you asking yourself this very question.
Many of us don’t want a repeat of 2020 in 2021. We are looking for an antidote to anxiety, uncertainty and yes – even a pandemic. This article reveals that antidote.