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The VVA Veteran Reviews Prelude

Prelude was recently reviewed by David Wilson, a reviewer from the site “Books in Review II.” Wilson's review eloquently chronicles his reaction to the novel alongside his own experience in Vietnam. "I highly recommend this novel, both as a good read and as a glimpse into the lives of...

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Sign this Petition— Help Today’s Veterans Find Their Lives Back Home!

If you wonder what you can do, please read the following letter from Gene McMahon, President and Co-founder of Vets Journey Home.

“A new warrior brother and VJH graduate, John Henry, a former Marine, has been working the last 10 years in establishing a change in the way the military currently send veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars home without any kind of “decompression”. In the petition is data about the suicide rate (and the domino effect of their families).

John lost his son through suicide after returning from Iraq. (John Henry has given me permission to share info about him).

If you agree that we, as a nation, need to support our vets by giving them the tools and healing before sending them back into civilian life, please sign this petition and pass it on. The goal is 1,000,000 signatures.


Gene McMahon”

The two solutions proposed in the petition are:

1. Help Veterans with hidden wounds before and after they leave the military.  The military must begin the creation of comprehensive psychological and emotional decompression training for all service members before and after separation from service with additional attention to combat and combat related job specialties.

2. Help families prepare for homecoming before Veterans come home.  The military must create nationally standardized and readily available homecoming preparedness resources for families

 Click here to read  petition 
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