Pam Dudding
Contributing writer

Only a Veteran can relate to the torture of war scars. Some are able to heal physically and emotionally and go forward in life while others continue to be in a “war zone” amongst themselves.


Photo by Pam Dudding  
Danielle Rock and Asboth Sandor speaking to the Veterans and their families about the new Veteran Assistance Program.

At the recent Military HONOR Dinner on Veterans Day, two representatives – Danielle Rock and Sandor Ashboth – from The Department of Veteran Services spoke on the programs now being offered for Veterans.

Danielle Rock, a Craig County native and graduate of Craig County High School, joined the Army Reserve August 2011. She then signed to be a Military Police Soldier, and attended Fort Leonard Wood for basic training and military police school in 2012.

She was deployed to Afghanistan for nine months in operations and later in intelligence as security personnel, until her company was shipped home in July 2013.

For her remaining active contract of five years, Rock trained and obtained her Sergeant status. She also received her Bachelor of Science in 2018 from Radford University and currently works…



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