The recent withdrawl of U.S. troops from Afghanistan has left the country in ruins as the U.S.-supported government and army surrendered to the Taliban.
Jeffrey Stoffer, American Legion Director of Media and Communications, joined the America’s Work Force Union Podcast to discuss why he feels the efforts of Afghanistan and post-9-11 veterans ultimately kept America safe from terror — and where struggling veterans can turn to get help during this difficult time. Continue reading
Many military service personnel struggle to adjust to civilian life after they complete their time in the service. Finding a career where their skills are transferable can be difficult, but the work ethic of veterans often makes them great employees.
An article in the upcoming American Legion Magazine will discuss transferable skills and finding civilian employment after leaving the service. American Legion Director of Media and Communications Jeff Stoffer joined the AWF Union Podcast to preview this story and another about the use of Agent Orange in the Vietnam War. Continue reading
Militaries around the world have used code names for missions and other activities for over a century. The reasons vary from mission secrecy to unification and mission vision.
The American Legion will highlight the history of military code naming in their June magazine. American Legion Director of Media and Communications Jeff Stoffer joined AWF Union Podcast to preview this story and discuss treatment of military interpreters and veteran suicide. Continue reading
With the announcement of troops being withdrawn from Afghanistan starting Sept. 11, Veterans groups are excited to hear that the longest war in U.S. history may finally be coming to an end.
American Legion Director of Media and Communications Jeff Stoffer joined America’s Work Force Union Podcast to discuss the withdrawal of troops. He also previewed stories to be featured in the upcoming edition of the American Legion Magazine. Continue reading
America’s soldiers have been subject to some horrible working conditions throughout the year. Sometimes these exposures are avoidable, while some come with the territory and environment.
American Legion Director of Media and Communications Jeff Stoffer told the story of a modern day Agent Orange, another about the effects of the U.S. dependency on China for medication and an operation that could have been the most deadly ever on AWF Union Podcast. Continue reading
There are many stories of everyday labor changing the course of a war, raising troop morale or just helping to ensure the job gets done. From mail handlers to cooks, everyone plays a crucial role in the effort.
American Legion Director of Media and Communications Jeff Stoffer discussed how these service members, who served everyday roles, were able to inspire others on America’s Work Force Union Podcast. Continue reading
The capabilities of the U.S. military vastly expanded in the years after the Vietnam War. The technologies developed between the Vietnam War and the Middle Eastern conflicts has allowed for greater American strategies
American Legion Director of Media and Communications Jeff Stoffer discussed the upcoming American Legion Magazine and some of the stories within, including the anniversary of Operation Desert Storm and a long awaited electronic record keeping program. Continue reading
Native Americans have made and continue making enormous contributions to our society and defending it. American Legion Media and Communications Director Jeff Stoffer joined AWF Union Podcast to talk about Harvey Pratt, his career and his current work. Continue reading
The American Legion Media and Communications Commission Director Jeff Stoffer explained how Democratic Candidate, Joe Biden and President Donald Trump stack up on veteran issues, the current political divide and more on the Sept. 18 episode of America’s Work Force Union Podcast. Continue reading
Jeff Stoffer of the American Legion spoke with America’s Work Force Radio Podcast on July 17 about the August issue of the American Legion magazine. Continue reading