John Ring is raising awareness about different issues that veterans face. For example, he said 22 vets commit suicide every day. Now he’s hoping his journey across the country can help make a difference.
Dougherty County leaders are working to get more funding for the Marine Corps Logistics Base. County Chairman Chris Cohilas and members of the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce met with state leaders in Washington, D.C.
Cheyenne Fields not only fought for our country, but also served communities in Albany. Now, he works as a trainer for the Marine Corps Logistics Base Police Department, and still finds time to dedicate to his very large, loving family.
Clarence Eady served 24 years in the military: in the army and in the National Guard. Clarence was injured while serving in Iraq in 2005, and returned home a changed man. But he refuses to let his disability control his life.