Gulf War (90-91) Facebook Projects Update


by Denise Nichols


One of the projects to highlight that has recently started on Facebook for the gulf war(90-91) illness focus is developing rapidly.

The nondeployed gulf war veterans have been speaking up of their problems.  This group set up a Facebook page and have set up a unique project that is blazing ahead.  The project is one of the first to use the new facebook method of social networking that can benefit veterans seeking answers.

Please highlight this project

In order for this effort to be successful actions are needed to further the flow of information and to distributed that information/communication widely.  Other veterans can help!  We need to get the projects to be known about!  Share the information through email network, through the veteran newsletters, through using facebook by posting on your facebook page and sharing with your network of contacts and friends to get the information to more veterans.  Use Twitter to communicate also.

The veterans will use all the skills and techniques possible to reconnect with their own specific units and to set up state pages for Gulf War Veterans (90-91).  This effort is by the Veterans for the Veterans.  Social networking is leading the way.  If you don’t use Facebook get connected now and encourage other veterans you encounter to do the same!  Veterans can make a difference!  New ways of fixing the problems we have faced can be developed to get action.


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