Tonight I spent dinner with four men that I otherwise would have never had the chance to meet if it wasn’t because of a common cause. Being a Veteran in my eyes is the biggest accomplishment in my life and anything else I do afterwards is a direct result of that choice to serve my country. Being a Veteran brought these four men into my life and it was an amazing dinner. Being able to share past military experiences and just shortly relive those moments was a highlight of the night.
I want to shout out and thank Maj. Pete Hegseth for being the main purpose for this meeting and name drop, David Caldwell, Mike Mitchell and Matt Kenney. The Concerned Veterans of America has impacted my life over the last most as many have read and I am excited to help them in their cause in anyway I can and I encourage all Veterans to support this organization.
Tonight surely reassured me that I am doing what I am supposed to be doing with this blog and the work I am trying to do through other organizations to raise awareness and try to be a voice for Veterans.
Veterans now need a voice that’s louder than their own and with one voice we maybe able to reach many, but with many voices we can reach thousands. Veterans need to know they aren’t alone and that they have others fighting for their rights.
Through this organization I truly believe they will deliver this need. Let us not forget that we still have a problem and time may pass, but we will never forget what happened at the PHX VA.
More to come tomorrow as I will be working on my video shoot tomorrow for the CVA.