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George H. Brown

Fighter Pilot Training George Brown was born October 16, 1924 in Rockwell, Iowa but he grew up in nearby Mason City graduating from Mason City High School May 1942. After high school, George attended Mason...

Civic Impact Scholars discuss veterans project

Jade Aubuchon, Chris Borja, Ian Martinez and Faizul Basit spent their Tuesday afternoon sharing ideas, discussing logistics and planning an all-day series of events to bring awareness to veterans’ issues. The four College of the...

Veterans Center to be announced

Elliott Wolfe is a man who is driven to improve the lives of veterans here in the city of Santa Clarita, and beyond for that matter, by his efforts with The Santa Clarita Veteran...

Raymond L. Torres

Raymond Torres and I recently met at the Corner Bakery in Awesometown for 3 ½ hours and did not conclude our interview as we hit it off so well that tangents were flying everywhere....

Marine Corps war journalists retrace their footsteps

It was my high honor to participate in yet another Vietnam Program with The Greatest Generations Foundation, thanks to founder Timothy Davis. This program proved to be exceptional because among the outstanding participants was Captain...

City Council approves additions to monument

The Santa Clarita City Council Tuesday night approved additions to the Fallen Warriors Monument to the tune of $84,500. “I am just so proud that we’ve had such a huge community outpouring to make this...

High hopes for vet monument

Working to finalize the design, front and back, of the Fallen Warriors monument, Bill Reynolds said he was hopeful Santa Clarita will sign off on the design and addition of a pergola at the...

Fallen Warriors monument contributors

On August 23, 2016, Santa Clarita’s City Council approved installing a granite monument to honor 50 SCV residents who perished in war from WWII to the present, however with their approval, the project required...

Decorated veteran, accomplished military actor, confronts the Tet Offensive.

When Charlie Sheen and Johnny Depp were put through the paces of a mock Vietnam boot camp in preparation for the movie Platoon, retired U.S. Marine Corps officer Dale Adam Dye Jr. was the...

Veteran and film advisor joins Vietnam tour

Combat correspondent and film advisor, Dale Dye, is accompanying the group of war journalists to Vietnam Feb. 16 to 26. After serving three tours of duty as a U.S. Marine infantryman and combat correspondent on...