Category Archives: Veterans


Verizon Phone Discount For Active Military and Retired Veterans / The Good Telephone Discount

A penny saved is a penny earned. – Benjamin Franklin

Here’s a way to save some money!

Yesterday I was on hold with Verizon, waiting to speak to a customer service representative. I had all but tuned out to the recorded blah, blah, blah phone message, when “military discount” caught my attention.

When the representative got on the line, I asked her what the discount was, and if it applied to retired veterans, as well. Happily, it did.

A 15% discount is now being offered on your monthly bill for all active military and retired veterans of the US Armed Forces. You simply need to bring your Military ID and a DD214 (Discharge Paper) to any Verizon corporate store to receive it. (The military discharge needs to be “Honorable.”) The discount may not apply to your entire phone bill. However, I say that any discount is a great discount!

All Risk, No Reward: A Vietnam Soldier’s Burden / The Good Tomorrows

Just taking risks for risk’s sake, that doesn’t do it for me. I’m willing to take risks that I think are worth it, and I’ve worked so hard to make sure that I survive.

Chris Hadfield

War is an incredible risk for countries, their populations and the world and the men and women who fight them. If it is all risk and no reward, as some people are making out the Vietnam war to be, the no reward falls squarely on the shoulders of vocal people “back home.” When you “go home” the welcome has to be a recognition of the risk and the rewards. Vietnam had no “going home.”

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