Thursday, March 03, 2011

Legion Magazine publishes follow-up

As you know, last summer the American Legion Magazine published an article on Blue Water Navy's fight to get benefits restored [archived link]. It featured members of VASVW. Now, the author, Ken Olsen, has written a follow up titled "Still Adrift" [archived link], in the March, 2011 issue of the Legion Magazine.

Our thanks go out once again to the great folks at the American Legion, and their Magazine staff for the support they are giving us in keeping this issue out before the public.

We urge all to read the article.

Thanks again to a great reporter Ken Olsen, and the Editor of the American Legion Magazine, Jeff Stoffer, and his staff who put out a great product!

Bravo Zulu!

VNVets

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