Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Today is the 70th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in which more than 2,400 Americans were killed and more than 1,100 were wounded. Brockington remembers those who were lost and honors their sacrifice by serving veterans through the Veterans Curation Project (VCP).

Managed by Brockington and Associates for the St. Louis District of the Corps of Engineers, the VCP trains recently separated veterans in marketable job skills, including digital photography, scanning, data entry, and technical report writing.  While receiving this training, veterans work to rehabilitate and preserve U.S. Army Corps of Engineers artifact and archive collections.  Doing meaningful work and being part of a team also helps the veterans make the sometimes-difficult transition to civilian life.

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