Mark Seavey, editor with the American Legion spoke with America’s Work Force on March 20 to discuss the April edition of the American Legion Magazine.
Seavey previewed a few stories that are to be featured in the April edition of the American Legion Magazine. The first story he spoke about was in reference to the 30th anniversary of the launching of the Hubble Space Telescope. He explained why the space telescope was such an important piece of technology and how it opened up researchers to a whole new world, allowing them to study more than any piece of technology had allowed them to before. The second story that he spoke about was fast tracking military members getting ready to transition from service to civilian life through job training. As service members transition out of the military and look for jobs, they will be qualified because of skilled job training provided by the military. The last story that Seavey spoke about was the wisdom gap in this generation and how we are bombarded with new information every single day.
Norm Wernet, President of the Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans spoke about taking precautions around the elderly because of the possibility of spreading COVID-19. He explained why social distancing and limiting interactions with people could be enough to protect those who are vulnerable to COVID-19 from contracting it. Wernet then talked about nursing homes and how they are limiting nursing crews so that residents are limited to the amount of potential exposure to COVID-19.
AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc spoke about California and how they were the first state ordered by their government to stay home in order to eliminate possible exposure and transmission of COVID-19 to others.
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