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Six legs trod across a sandy arena. Hooves and feet sink in the dirt as horse and Veteran move as one. It’s called a “Trust Walk,” but where the Veterans are going isn’t as important as why they’re there.
The grip of COVID-19 had frozen the nation. Businesses closed, residents hunkered down, and the world stopped. But for the second time in a year, VA respiratory therapist Eduardo Cardenas was running toward the danger.
Employees at the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System banded together to create a free onsite emergency childcare center for fellow employees who cannot telework and are tasked to care for patients amid the Coronavirus.
For Brian Miles Thacker, Utah’s only living Medal of Honor recipient – the medal is heavy. For Thacker, 74, the medal carries the weight of lives changed by war and the ghosts of men who didn’t come home.
WWII Veteran, Hue Jewkes, recently turned 100. The Utah Veteran, hand-picked by famed Adm. John D. Bulkely for a Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron, reflects on his time commanding a PT boat in the Philippines.