While I was in Nashville last month, I visited an organization called Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN). OSDTN assists Veterans and their families so they can be self-sustaining  and better connected to the community. I sat down with Kevin Quarles, a Navy Veteran and staff member at OSDTN, to learn about his service, the value that OSDTN brings to its community, and his personal efforts with the organization.

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Published on Sep. 15, 2017

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  1. tyrone September 15, 2017 at 11:23 am

    my name is tyrone watson i am a retired veteran and i would like to get some information on how to put my experence together to help other veterans

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