Supporting the Constitutional and Human Rights of America's Bereaved Military Families

MFFJ has added Colonel Ted Westhusing to its Gallery of Cases

General Petraeus’s Link to a Troubling Suicide in Iraq: The Ted Westhusing Story

http://www.thenation.com/blog/36661/general-petraeuss-link-troubling-suicide-iraq-ted-westhusing-story#

Shaping DoD Policy by Giving a Voice to Bereaved Military Families

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It is rare for the Department of Defense to ask anyone how they feel in an effort to shape its policies. Maybe this is a positive step toward building a stronger military community and a stronger nation as a whole. Maybe in the future, when a folded flag is presented to a deceased veteran’s next of kin, it won’t also be the moment when the military’s guidance and protection ends. read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cilla-mccain/bereaved-military-families_b_2114219.html

The website for Military Families for Justice is now active! We plan to highlight a different case on a bi-monthly basis. The first case is that of PFC LaVena Johnson. Please pause for a few moments and pay homage to this young lady and her brave family.

(Source: militaryfamiliesforjustice.org)

The website for Military Families for Justice has launched! Please take a moment to view our video mission statement and share with your friends and family!

A MUST SEE!


48 Hours on ID » The Curious Case of Colonel Shue on Investigation Discovery HD

Wednesday, 7th November 2012, 5:00pm

The official website for Military Families for Justice will launch on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2012!
www.militaryfamiliesforjustice.org
Supporting the Constitutional and Human Rights of America’s Bereaved Military Families