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Congratulations to SrA Henry Harris, PO3 Tracy McKone, PFC Keith Schweinsberg, PV2 Mary Gilmartin, and PFC Edgar Mosier. You've all won a $100 Amazon gift card! An e-gift card will be sent to the email address associated with your RallyPoint account.

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PFC Edgar Mosier
PFC Edgar Mosier
2 mo
On behalf of PFC Kenneth Lawrence Mosier, my passed kid-brother (1979-03-15), I thank God, RallyPoint, and all of my Sisters / Brothers-In-Arms.
These are the People, along with our near-sainted mother and family, that have made my world liveable.
My grands help anchor my world and worth.
I pray such for all that Protect strangers, as their own families.
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PO3 Tracy McKone
PO3 Tracy McKone
2 mo
So VERY happy! Just moved into our new place and we can use all the help financially. Thanks RallyPoint and keep on keeping on fellow veterans and family members.
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Maj Robert Thornton
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One of the hardest things for me to do was to retire. When I retired from nurse anesthesia, I started teaching nursing full-time. When I decided to stop teaching I found myself with a great deal of time on my hands. We had just moved to Dawsonville, GA and found a church. I noticed a newspaper article about a free medical clinic which the church had founded.
I found myself working as a nurse a couple days a month; that morphed into one day a week, we only run medical one day per week. Having a volunteer position has helped maintain my mental health. It is amazing how helping those that need help actually helps you as well. Cheers
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SSgt Ricardo Lugo
SSgt Ricardo Lugo
3 mo
Awesome Maj Robert and God Bless you in your voluntary service.
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LTC George Morgan
LTC George Morgan
3 mo
Maj Robert Thornton - As a perioperative nurse I fully understand your feelings. I retired after forty-eight years as a nurse, forty-three in the OR, and on retirement, I felt a void in my life, thus I returned to my origins, age eight to seventeen, learning and teaching First Aid in the British Red Cross Society. I now teach CPR to members of my church, and to Scouts.
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MSgt Dale Johnson
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I retired for the second time and drink Coffee, Black Please.
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LTC George Morgan
LTC George Morgan
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We understand because we recognise that you are Air Force!
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