70 Years Not Forgotten: Outpost 422 hosts founder’s capstone course locating First Lieutenant Jerome Aloys Volk

On January 14, founder Bradley J. Burt kicked off the first day reporting at the Wisconsin State Capitol for his Journalism Capstone: Public Affairs 486 Course.

The blog tracks and coordinates with the Wisconsin Veteran’s Musuem items from the Korean War to include artifacts from the Wisconsin Air National Guard.

Outpost 422 tracks S.B. 602, introduced by Sen. Roger Roth, requesting $180,000 for allocating funds to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Biotech Center that locates Wisconsin prisoners-of-war and missing-in-action.

January 18, 2022, officially kicks off the strategic planning, which includes interviewing public officials and setting up a storyboard telling First Lieutenant Jerome A. Volk’s crash site story.

The project will eventually be a traveling exhibit across the State of Wisconsin displaying documents and tangible items uncovered during the search.

Please contribute items like open records search results and footage to the Outpost 422 campaign email at: centaurfivedelta@yahoo.com or fill out the contact form located in the toolbar.

The Veterans Crisis Line lifeline saves lives in times of crisis

On January 10, 2022, the compulsion to use the Veterans Crisis Line happened. Luckily, the call was an inquiry to assist other veterans.

The crisis line is not only a service in times of suicide, but a resource for all who are unsure of what to do when they are dealing with a veteran on the verge of suicide.

The crisis line lifeline points caretakers and patients in the safest direction.

Making the call opened up the operator to spread the word about the tools provided by the Veterans Administration through the PTSD Coach and Mindfulness Coach app.

Please take a minute and listen to the call:

Making the call at 1-800-273-8255 and pressing 1 walks the listener through their thoughts preventing suicide. Picking up the phone feels like picking up a 100-pound barbell with untreated Post Traumatic Stress Symptoms.

The crisis line assists caretakers who are uncertain where to turn, who get stuck in the mud of family members who deal with untreated PTSD.

Please fill out the contact form if you would like to learn more about Overcoming Impossibility. We are a Veterans Crisis Line survivor story. The service saves lives.

The Veterans Administration lends aid when a veteran makes that decision not to face another day and become one of the 22. Reach out to Outpost 422. We are your crisis resource service.

If you are seeking information regarding PTSD treatment, Outpost 422 is the right place. We are here to walk with you through thoughts of suicide to provide facts about the benefits of the services provided by the VA and corporate employee assistance programs.

We are a capstone and honors project brand determined to provide the services needed whenever a veteran ends up stranded and hopeless.