Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is James Clark.

James served in the Marine Corps from 2008 to 2012 as a combat correspondent.

He deployed twice with 1st Battalion, 6th Regiment. Once to Marjah, Afghanistan and again to Kajaki, Afghanistan.

James has worked at Task & Purpose since 2014. His current role is as T&P’s Veterans reporter, covering a mix of topics that are community driven.

Thank you for your service, James!


Nominate a Veteran for #VeteranOfTheDay

Do you want to light up the face of a special Veteran? Have you been wondering how to tell your Veteran they are special to you? You’re in luck! VA’s #VeteranOfTheDay social media feature is an opportunity to highlight your Veteran and his/her service.

It’s easy to nominate a Veteran. All it takes is an email to newmedia@va.gov with as much information as you can put together, along with some good photos. Visit our blog post about nominating to learn how to create the best submission.

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Published on Apr. 24, 2018

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