Emily Nunez Cavness served in the Army as an intelligence officer. While she was in ROTC, she and her sister, Betsy, founded Sword and Plough. At airborne school, Emily met soldiers who spoke about veteran friends who faced many challenges gaining employment after military service. When she and her sister, Betsy, decided to use repurposed military surplus fabric in their accessories business, they incorporated veterans every step of the way — from design, sewing and management, to fulfillment, sales and even modeling.
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An image of service members marching in a parade. - America's Parade
4 teens pose with parents on roof in New York City - Teens from left: Bryce, Yoel, Rose and Mason pose in New York City with their parents, Nick and Lyvonne Lees, while on vacation. Photo courtesy of the Lees family
A young woman and two young men in dress clothes pose for a portrait - Rose, Nevin and Bryce Lees pose for a photo before their high school senior prom.
Side-view photo of Forrest Everhart - Army Tech. Sgt. Forrest Everhart