April Hometown Heroes Edition Coming Soon!

The April edition of Hometown Heroes has some really moving stories that I'm honored and excited to share with readers.
In it, we learn about a Navy sentry dog who never made it home from Vietnam, but was awarded a medal for his service. He, like thousands of other military working dogs, was left behind in Vietnam.
The April edition also shares the story of how Cocoa Fire Station #1 came together like a family to help a veteran fireman who responded to the scene of a fatal accident that claimed the life of his own brother.
We also meet some of the cutest and hardest working Golden Retrievers and Labradors I've ever seen. These canines train for years to come to the aid of service-disabled military veterans.
And we learn what it's like to deploy to Antarctica as part of the Air Force's mission to maintain a global network of sensors that monitor nuclear treaty compliance.
These and other stories about first responders, active-duty military and veterans will appear in the April edition of Hometown Heroes. To receive this FREE publication on your doorstep every month, call the circulation desk at 321-242-1013. You can also read it online by visiting this link.