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Department of Defense Awards High Civilian Honor to “Vet Who Helps Vets”

We’re so honored to have been featured in the September 11, 2018 issue of the Royal Examiner. Read article below.

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Published on September 11, 2018 — By  Malcolm Barr, Sr.

  Skip Rogers, who will be honored later this month for his tireless work on behalf of wounded veterans.

Skip Rogers, who will be honored later this month for his tireless work on behalf of wounded veterans.

A U.S, Army dog handler from the Vietnam War years who, from his modest Front Royal office, helps find jobs for wounded veterans across the nation, on Sept. 27 will receive the highest honor bestowed by the military on a civilian in a Pentagon ceremony.

Skip Rogers who, with his family, operates a unique non-profit called “Able Forces” on Chester Street, was selected by the U.S. Marine Corps to receive the “2018 Department of Defense Spirit of Hope Award” in the Pentagon’s Hall of Heroes.

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