Today we honor veterans and active duty military personnel for their sacrifices and contributions to keeping the world safe.
In 1918, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month World War I officially ended and in remembrance of the sacrifices of those who served, Armistice Day was created. Since 1954 we in the US have recognised today as Veterans Day.
Please take time to learn about some of our Hispanic and Latino veterans
Inspiration – Harvard, Military & Politics
Congressman Ruben Gallego is a man on a mission to spark change in Arizona’s Latino community.
Honor and Fidelity – The 65th Infantry Regiment
Having bravely fought during World War I, World War II and the Korean War, the Puerto Rican 65th Infantry may soon be honored with the Congressional Gold Medal
Medal of Honor Recipients- Many Hispanics
The medal of honor award ceremony presided over by President Obama recognized 24, most of which were Hispanic
From Veteran to Hispanic Entrepreneur
Returning Hispanic veterans face an unemployment rate of 14 percent but successful small business ownership presents a real opportunity
Everyday People, Make the World Go Round – Meet Lisa Carrington Firmin
I mentor and coach many active duty veterans and now those in the private sector.