Right out of high school, at 17 years old, I joined the Marine Corps. In 2001, I was on the silent drill team in Washington, DC. When 9/11 happened, I volunteered to join the fleet marine force as infantry. I spent over a year in training including jungle warfare and urban assault, and then went […]Read More
I was knocked off my feet, smoke filled my lungs, everything was dark, I did not know what happened or why everything just felt so wrong. I could feel myself against the deck, boots kicking and stepping on me, then I heard someone yell from the darkness, “GET OUT OF THE SHIP!!”. As I struggled […]Read More
Even before I could fully grasp the importance of generational service I wanted to be a soldier. I use to play “Army” in the backyard and always I played as the good guy. I would run into a hail of gunfire, waste my enemies, save my comrades, and in my games, the good guy never […]Read More
My entrance into military service, though I did not know it at the time, began with high school athletics. Respect, honesty, teamwork and an understanding of the importance of and adherence to rules, were the key values I developed and that became the foundation of my military service. Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty; these are […]Read More
I never thought that the military would change who I was at my core. When I joined the Air Force in 2006, I went through some immediate changes when I was shipped to Texas for basic training. This began the desensitization process. My job was Operations Intelligence which is a very dynamic field that practices […]Read More
I took my first paying job as a janitor helper after school when I was 13, under a work program for low-income families. I would sweep up and empty trash after middle school, 2 hours per day. I began working as a block mason’s apprentice in the summers, and mowing yards in the evening with […]Read More
My name is Deborah Omsby Dixon and I am a 60% rated female, disabled veteran. I would like to apply for the Feldman Law Firm, PLLC Disabled Veteran Scholarship for 2016. I receive no financial assistance for my graduate studies, so your award would help me to accomplish my career goal as I excel in […]Read More
I have a deep disdain for the way people look at me when I mention that I am a disabled veteran. It annoys me because I instantly become a research paper interview or I get unnecessary pity. Even worse is when people clam up and walk away to start a new conversation with someone less […]Read More
I grew up in a very liberal family and was the first person in my family to join the military. My mother has always been my principal inspiration. She was a Michigan State District Attorney who passed away when I was seven years old. She taught me to be courageous and to never back down […]Read More
“Petty Officer Lopez, it is with great sadness that we regret to inform you that due to the recent medical conditions observed and documented, we are going to have to separate you from continued military service”. As I read these words aloud, I felt the sharp pain of each word pierce my heart. It definitely […]Read More
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