Stories sought for Veterans History Project

Posted 5/31/21

VENICE, FL – U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-FL) is  encouraging local veterans to share their stories. 

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Stories sought for Veterans History Project


VENICE, FLA. – U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) is  encouraging local veterans to share their stories.
“While we remember the battles won and lost and history records the highlights of war, we often lose the personal stories of the individuals who sacrificed so much on behalf of our nation,” Steube explained. “No matter your time in service, or your role in the military, all veteran stories are important. Our community is blessed with many veterans from across generations and it is my hope that you will all participate in the Veterans History Project to leave a legacy for your family and our nation.”
The Veterans History Project invites veterans from conflicts ranging from World War II to the Global War on Terror to share their story through audio or visual interviews, memoirs, or photographic documentation for archival with the Library of Congress.
Steube and his office will be conducting year-round interviews of local veterans to hear their stories and celebrate their service to our country. All those interested are encouraged to visit Steube.House.Gov/VHP for more information.