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Lima Charlie News reports on issues concerning veterans, including policy & legislation, healthcare, career, outreach & education.

Legendary Navy Captain Gail Harris Joins Lima Charlie News

Lima Charlie News proudly welcomes Captain Gail Harris, the newest Veteran Correspondent to its Editorial Team Captain Gail Harris’ trailblazing firsts in the US Navy are paralleled only by her enduring presence as a role model and inspiration to service members, veterans and civilians alike.… Keep Reading

The Dallas Shooting: Policing A Wounded Nation

|On July 8, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an open letter to the people of Texas. Entitled, “A Time To Come Together,” it followed the deadliest day for police in modern US History since September 11, 2001. Just yesterday, shortly before 9 PM, Army Veteran,… Keep Reading

Bloody Crossroads: In Defense of Liberty

Lima Charlie had the honor of interviewing WWII U.S. Army veteran Richard Manchester (Co. K 345 Inf. 87th Division). This is his story. By Don Johnston and Rob Swain, with Anthony A. LoPresti My colleagues and I thought we were prepared for our interview with Richard… Keep Reading

Immortal Regiment In the Big Apple

Who needs these wars? Nobody. New York, New York – Lima Charlie News The ‪Immortal Regiment‬ is an international public rally held annually in May to commemorate veterans of ‪World War II. ‬The marches began in the Siberian city of Tomsk, Russia in 2012, where… Keep Reading

D-Day in France Is Not Forgotten

|by Liz Perez Halperin Lima Charlie News On June 6, 1944, the Normandy landings (codename: Operation Neptune) began the liberation of German-occupied Europe from the Nazi regime. In the largest seaborne invasion in history, about 156,000 American, Canadian and British troops landed in France’s Normandy region… Keep Reading

A Waste of Life – A Waste of Talent

Monday June 6th marks the 72nd anniversary of the allied invasion of Normandy during World War II, known as D-Day. Ten WWII veterans returned to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. |by Liz Perez Halperin, Lima Charlie News So many young… Keep Reading

Normandy Dispatch, Part One

On Memorial Day 2016, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Correspondent Joshua Gates reports. Joseph Van Eyezeren is continuing his usual humor.… Keep Reading

Image Douglas Dillard: A Soldier’s Soldier. A Real Man

Douglas Dillard: A Soldier’s Soldier. A Real Man

On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among those heroes is veteran Douglas Dillard (82nd Airborne, 551… Keep Reading

The Mayhem Inside

When I went to Iraq, I was young but I knew about fighting for God and Country. That was my socially instilled mind frame before deploying. Especially after being in New York City, and watching as the World Trade Center collapsed before my eyes on… Keep Reading

Emery Horn: An American Rifleman’s Tale

| by Maj. Joseph Labarbera (U.S. Army) Lima Charlie News On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among… Keep Reading

Joseph Van Eyzeren: Salty as Hell

|by Joshua Gates Lima Charlie News On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among those heroes is… Keep Reading

Darrell Blizzard: A Reluctant Hero

|By Jacqueline Robotham and John Clubb Lima Charlie News On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among… Keep Reading

Lima Charlie presents: Banished

|Story by: Rob Swain (Supervising Producer / Senior Editor) Editor / Producer: Joshua Gates Host / Producer: Joe Labarbera Camera / Director of Photography: Raymond Pagnucco / Joshua Gates Special Ops: Austin Troy Phillips Researchers: Nikita L. Roach / Elena Mavrina Music Director: Ronan Coleman Production Coordinator:… Keep Reading

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