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Two Tennessee Moms on a Mission to Honor Veterans

Tina Shang and Jennifer Cinnamon are two moms from Tennessee who are on a mission to honor a Veteran a day, every day of 2012. They created Project 365 Vets and are honoring a veteran a day, through the veteran’s stories told in their own words.

 
PRLog - Jan. 13, 2012 - TULLAHOMA, Tenn. -- When we started Project 365 Vets we hoped that it would be well received and read by a few dedicated bloggers, but never anticipated the reception the project has received. We realized very quickly that we had the potential to do something wonderful with this blog. We saw the interaction between the readers, and the profound affect the comments from readers had on those men and women who had shared their stories.

Our first story contributor, John A. Robinson, shared the story of his service in the Navy, aboard an old WWII-class destroyer. John served in Vietnam, but he was never comfortable with referring to himself as a Vietnam Veteran, he felt that term was reserved for those “dodging bullets”, as he put it.  This was something that had troubled him for many years. John later wrote us an email and said, “The feedback from your feature on me has resolved an issue that has nagged me for 4 decades.”  He finally felt like he could wear the title Vietnam Veteran. This is when we knew that had something special on our hands.

The site has only been up for 12 days, and we are witnessing a community budding before our very eyes. The members are not only honoring and thanking the veterans. The veterans are making connections with the readers and one another. We have seen those suffering from PTSD receive support and friendship from others who have been down the same painful path. We have seen Vietnam Veterans who never received a single thank you; receive not only thanks, but great respect and admiration that was long overdue. We have witnessed deep wounds begin to be healed. It has been an amazing and touching experience.

We both have a long line of service members in our family. We are passionate about honoring our service men and women, and about veteran’s rights. We are currently working on a website that will accompany the blog. We feel that is important to provide a community driven space for our members. We want to offer them an interactive site where they can communicate and connect. Share their stories and resources. Start Support Groups. Coordinate their activist efforts and fundraising activities. Most importantly we want to create a place where our heroes are honored every day of their lives. These men, women and families who have sacrificed so much for our country deserve nothing less.

Project 365 Vets is actively seeking veterans who would like to share their stories.  Wednesday’s have been set aside for Memorial Stories so that those who would like to honor a fallen hero may also participate.  

Those interested in participating in the project are encouraged to visit http://365vets.wordpress.com  or contact the project founder Tina Shang at 365vets@gmail.com


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Source:Tina Shang
Phone:9315718675
Zip:37388
City/Town:Tullahoma - Tennessee - United States
Industry:Veterans
Tags:veterans, vets, military, ptsd, website, disabled veterans, vietnam veterans, usmc, army, navy, marines, air force
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