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Apr 18, 2018

Gold Star Children Take on Business World Thanks to TAPS

Gold Star Children Take on Business World Thanks to TAPS
By Shannon Collins

With the help of a Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors initiative, 12 Gold Star children traveled to New York City, where they met Wall Street executives on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the opening bell, toured CBS News headquarters with producers and news anchor Jeff Glor and visited National Football League headquarters with commissioner Roger Goodell.
A New York Stock Exchange executive explains operations to two Gold Star children at the opening bell in New York City, April 12, 2018. The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors provided the opportunity for young adults who lost a parent who was serving on active duty in the military to meet with professionals in careers they hope to pursue. Courtesy photo


Published April 18, 2018 at 04:08AM
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Resolute Support Nominee: Effort Still Needed to Prevent Homeland Attacks

Resolute Support Nominee: Effort Still Needed to Prevent Homeland Attacks By Jim Garamone As the nominee to be the next commander of the ...