• JOHN MCDONALD Vets Viewpoint
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Thanks to the ongoing hard work of Lisa Gogal and event sponsor Pacific Air Comfort, “A Day of Recognition” returns to Roseburg this September. The event, which honors veterans and military service, is planned for 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Roseburg Regional Airport.

  • JOHN MCDONALD For The News-Review

    JOHN MCDONALD For The News-Review

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The new president of the Douglas County Veterans Forum is driven by a desire to help others. “I’ve had a lot of good things happen in my life, and a lot of bad things,” said Larry Hill. “Thankfully, I had a number of fine mentors who taught me to reach out to people who need assistance. The …

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Thursday, July 21 will be a busy day at the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The VA will host its Quarterly Remembrance Service at noon. The service honors recently deceased veterans and VA employees and volunteers. The Roseburg VA chapel is located in building 16, 913 N.W. Garden V…

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The Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center will host its Quarterly Remembrance Service on Thursday, July 21. The noon service honors recently deceased veterans and VA employees and volunteers. The Roseburg VA chapel is located in building 16, 913 N.W. Garden Valley Blvd. You can call 541-4…

  • John McDonald For The News-Review
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On June 3, in a small ceremony attended by family, friends, and supporters, Douglas County native Megan Brodgen was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Although she could have held the ceremony at her unit, the Joint Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Megan dec…

  • Compiled by Craig Reed
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GiGi Shannon, cemetery technician for the Roseburg National Cemetery, has helped many families work through their grief when a beloved veteran — a spouse, a son, a daughter — passes away.

  • John McDonald Vets Viewpoint
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Jimmy Lusk, working with Branches of Valor International, recently formed a Douglas County branch of the Rally Point Resiliency Group, which focuses on bringing together veterans suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), in a safe and supporting environment, to bring mutual unders…

  • Alan Edwards
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Traditionally, on Memorial Day we honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation. Social Security respects the heroism and courage of our military service members, and we remember those who have given their lives in defense of freedom.