National Association of Black Veteran's launches online radio station
Since Airborne Private First Class, William Sims returned home in the mid 1960's after serving his country in Vietnam, he's dedicated his life to helping other veterans.
Sims, and six other friends began by seeking funds to start The National Association of Black Veteran's in Milwaukee.
Since then, the founding brothers have expanded the Association to 107 chapters nation-wide.
The idea is simple: Offer assistance to veteran's who may be confused with the sometimes confusing process at the government run Veteran's Affairs office.
The National Association of Black Veteran's offers housing, help in finding work and health information among other things.
Today, Sims and Frank Beamon launched an on-line radio station that can be heard by millions of veteran's and listeners around the globe, aimed at helping veteran's through the process of assimilating into american life.
To hear the veteran's informative programming, please visit eclipseradio.com.