LATEST SENATOR KING
BRUNSWICK, ME – U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine) today released the December edition of his Inside Maine podcast. In this edition, Senator King speaks with Travis Mills, a retired Army veteran, quadruple amputee and founder of the Travis Mills Foundation in Maine. Senator King then speaks with Jack Richards, a veteran and board member of the Veteran Mentors of Maine program. Senator King and his guests discuss how best help Maine veterans successfully transition into civilian life after service.
“Maine has one of the highest percentages of veterans in the country; they’re our friends, our neighbors, and our heroes,” said Senator King. “These veterans deserve our utmost gratitude, and our continuous support – particularly as they transition back into civilian life. That’s why it was so great to talk with Travis Mills and Jack Richards, both veterans themselves who have gone the extra mile to help struggling veterans regain a sense of purpose and direction. Travis and Jack’s efforts give these men and women an opportunity to realize their full potential – it was an honor to speak to them and learn more about their important and meaningful work.”
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