If you are age 60 or older—and especially if you are an older woman living alone—you may be a special target of people who sell bogus products and services by telephone.Telemarketing scams often involve offers of free prizes, low-cost vitamins and health care products, and inexpensive vacations.
Remember, love can always be found, no matter how old you are!
The purpose of Senior Services is to provide community facilities where persons age 60 or older can meet to pursue mutual interests, receive services, and take part in activities that will enhance their dignity and quality of life, support their independence, and encourage their continued involvement in the community.
But next time, give your chain of command a heads-up." In October 2008, Cotton deployed to eastern Afghanistan.
He was stationed within the Regional Command East at its Gamberi Forward operating base (FOB) located in one of the command's 14 province locations, Laghman Province.
In May 2006, Cotton deployed to Baghdad as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom as a platoon leader with the 101st Airborne Division.
In Iraq, he led a 41-man air assault infantry platoon in the 506th Infantry Regiment, In June 2006, while stationed in Iraq, he gained international public attention after he wrote an open letter to the editor of The New York Times, accusing three Times journalists of violating "espionage laws" by publishing an article detailing a Bush administration secret program monitoring terrorists' finances.
On January 11, 2005, Cotton enlisted in the United States Army.
According to his recruiter, Lieutenant Colonel Roger Jones, commander of the U. Army Recruiting Battalion in Houston, Cotton decided not to pursue a commission as an officer at the rank of Captain in the Judge Advocate General's Corps, United States Army, the rank and speciality to which someone of his education would typically aspire.
The Times did not publish the letter, but it was published on Power Line, a conservative blog which had been copied on the email.