Sunday, April 21, 2013

RIP Police Officer Sean A. Collier; 10 First Responders Die In Texas Fertilizer Plan Explosion; My HealtheVet

"The legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example."  Benjamin Disraeli

In Memoriam: MIT Police Officer Sean A. Collier

MIT Police Officer Sean A. Collier, 26, was  allegedly slain by the Boston bombing suspects last week.

Officer Collier was found in his police vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds. Earlier, he was responding to a disturbance near the MIT campus in Cambridge. His gun was not drawn.

"He was born to be a police officer, " said MIT Police Chief John DiFava. Officer Collier was a member of the MIT police department since January 2012.

Officer Down Memorial Page + NY Post

Ten First Responders Die In Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion

It is now believed that of the 14 people killed in last Wednesday's West Texas plant explosion, ten were first responders. All were members of local volunteer fire departments, five from West, Texas volunteer FD.

"We have lost our friends and neighbors," said Rev. John Crowder of the First Baptist Church in West, Texas.

AP + CBS News

My HealtheVet

My HealtheVet is new tool gives veterans more control over their health care. It helps veterans plan and focus on what is important to them.

My HealtheVet is simple, easy to use, private and secure. Veterans can view their VA appointments anytime, anywhere. It allows veterans to view all of their VA appointments. It also allows veterans to view and print their appointments. In addition, it gives veterans appointment details such as x-ray, blood draws or EKG's.

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Job Fairs For Veterans

For a complete listing of up-coming job fairs, visit and access "veteran jobs."

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