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An Interview with Service Leadership Corps Member Allison Sage

Allison Sage is an emerging leader of the veteran yoga community in Denver, Colorado. Allison began practicing yoga in 2012 after returning from a combat tour in Afghanistan. She views her yoga practice as a fundamental component of her recovery from PTS and depression. Her mission is to share trauma-informed yoga with fellow veterans who are struggling to adapt back to civilian life.

Part of Allison’s interest in our Service Leadership Corps program was to further improve her community outreach, as she hopes

Introducing Operation Charm City Charge: Here’s Why We Chose Baltimore

Operation Charm City Charge takes place in Baltimore, Maryland over the week of June 20-27, 2019

Baltimore is a city with a diversity of voices. It was once at the forefront of the Civil Rights movement and home to luminaries such as Thurgood Marshall and W.E.B. Du Bois. Despite being the largest city in Maryland, Baltimore is now facing population decline due to high crime, an aging infrastructure and struggling local economy.

Comprised of over 50 neighborhoods, each known for their distinct character, …

Kicking Off Veterans Day with a Sunshine State Boriqua Build


On Saturday, November 3, veteran leaders drove large-scale impact in Orlando, Florida in celebration of Veterans Day. Saturday’s event is just the beginning of The Mission Continues’ Veterans Day service campaign, in which 50 cities will be celebrating veterans by joining forces with them in community impact.…

Celebrating Partnerships at the St. Louis Summer Service Slam

We teamed up with The Cardinals, Fox Sports Midwest and The Boeing Company to make a difference in the lives of Missouri youth through the Missouri Division of Youth Services. This is a true testament to the power of partnerships. Check out the video!


Read more about this year’s Summer Service Slam projects throughout the country and in the west.…

Houston Hosts Platoon Leadership Summit 2018

September 28, 2018

We see veterans as assets, not liabilities. This strongly held belief is core to our programs and events, and Platoon Leadership Summit is no exception. For 2018’s Summit, our goal was to support veteran leaders in our Service Platoon Program in their personal growth, connectedness with other veterans, throughout communities, and within themselves.…

Keeping an Open Mind

March 7, 2016
By Tonya Cook

I knew there was more to life than what my small town had to offer. I wanted to see things I read about in school books and escape the small town mentality of being trapped as a product of my environment. I thought college could be my way out, but my parents couldn’t afford to send me. So I joined the Navy, and eventually retired with 20 years of Service.

When I separated from the military in …

Alpha Class 2016 Reports for Duty

February 11, 2016
By Nick Zevely

Alpha Class and volunteers at their service project on Saturday, January 30th.

The Mission Continues welcomed the newest class of Fellows and Service Platoon Leaders to the team with a three-day orientation in Atlanta from January 29 to 31. Orientations are an intense three days of learning, networking and service ensuring Fellows and Service Platoon Leaders are equipped with the resources they need to make an impact in their community.