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US Military Issues Executive Order to Prevent COVID-19 Pandemic

US Military Issues Executive Order to Prevent COVID-19 Pandemic | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
American military leaders issued an executive order this week that mobilized the entire Department of Defense to prepare for a potential pandemic-level outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19.
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Coronavirus precautionary action...
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Coca-Cola and PepsiCo Team Up to Assist Returning Veterans - YouTube

PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Coca-Cola Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent have teamed up for a new public service television announcement on behalf of ...
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just posted today - this video should be a BIG ONE - it shows what American Corporations can do - SUPPORT OUR VETS

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Soaring Valor (Short Film) - YouTube

With a hero's welcome, the Gary Sinise Foundation brought WWII veterans and their guardians to The National WWII Museum in New Orleans. One-of-a-kind experie...
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WOW is just not going to do it....     a throwback to when America fully supported it's military and the action required....  when America was united


(get the Klenix)

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Can Surfing Reprogram the Veteran’s Brain?

Can Surfing Reprogram the Veteran’s Brain? | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
There's no quick fix for post-traumatic stress disorder, but research has shown that surfing's physicality and flow can give victims some relief and a way forward. The author hit the water with his close friend Brian, a former Navy SEAL whose service in Afghanistan beat up his body, tortured his mind, and pushed him into a zone where violence—against himself or others—seemed inevitable.
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a different look at - uhmm.  "water boarding"

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