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Monday, June 11, 2012
A new company formed to honor and serve active duty and veteran U. S. Armed Forces members calls them today’s superheroes.
A new company formed to honor and serve active duty and veteran U. S. Armed Forces members calls them today’s superheroes. The Military Justice League name was inspired by the fictional Justice League of comic book superheroes including Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
Military family support has taken on heroic proportions, thanks to Military Justice League, Inc., a new organization formed to honor active and veteran military members and their families. The name derives from the fictional Justice League of comic book superheroes, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and others.
Military Justice League CEO Tim Klund says the real superheroes in America are the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces - Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air Force, Reserve Forces and veterans who have served honorably in the past.
“Like their fictional superhero counterparts, the U.S. Armed Forces are guardians of our way of life,” Klund said. “They give selflessly because they believe in serving something bigger than themselves - and they do some pretty amazing things. We all must support the military who give so much.”
Unfortunately, military family life can be quite difficult. These superheroes often face serious problems that result from their dedication -frequent deployments, family disruptions, financial hardships, stress-related illness and carrying the burden that comes with a life dedicated to serving others.
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