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Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions

Our Commitment to Our Donors
We will not sell, share or trade our donors’ names or personal information with any other entity, nor send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. This policy applies to all information received by Honor365, both online and offline, on any Platform (“Platform”, includes the Honor365 website), as well as any electronic, written, or oral communications. Effective as of January 1, 2021

Introduction
Your privacy is a priority for Operation Veteran Support dba Honor365 (honor365.org) (sometimes referred to as “Honor365”, “us”, or “we”) and we want you to be familiar with how we collect, use, and disclose information relating to you, your computer, or your device and that enable your identification (the “Personal Information”). This Privacy Statement describes our practices with information that we (or our service providers) collect from a user (sometimes referred to as “you” or “your”) through our websites, applications, and our other network-connected products and services that link to this Privacy Statement (collectively, the “Site”). This Privacy Statement only addresses information collected directly through or from our Site – it does not address or govern any information-gathering, use, or dissemination practices related to information collected from you other than directly through or from the Site, such as from telephone, facsimile, postal mail, personal delivery, or other or additional offline means or media. Honor365 can be contacted by email contactus.honor365@gmail.com

1. Collection of Personal Information from Users
When you interact with us through the Site, we may collect information from you as described below.

a. Information You Provide
Some elements of the Site may ask you to submit Personal Information in order for you to benefit from the specified features or participate in a certain activity, such as newsletter subscriptions or donation processing. For example, if you register for an account on the Site, we may request Personal Information such as your name and contact information. If you make a donation on the Site, we will collect your credit or debit card or other financial account information. When you perform a search within the Site, Honor365 may record information identifying you or linking you to the search performed and recording information related to the search request. We may combine information you submit through the Site with other information we have collected from you, whether on-line or off-line. We treat the combined information in accordance with this Privacy Statement.

b. Sensitive Information
Unless we specifically request or invite it, we ask that you not send or otherwise disclose to us your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religion or other beliefs, health, criminal background, or trade union membership. In those cases where we may request or invite you to provide the foregoing information, we will only do so with your express consent, in accordance with applicable data protection law requirements. Where you provide us with such information without request from Honor365, we reserve the right (but do not have any obligation) to erase any such information at our discretion.

c. Information About Minors
The Site is not intended for persons under the age of 16. We do not knowingly collect Personal Information online from persons in this age group. We reserve the right to delete any information identified as having been provided by such persons at our discretion.

d. Location Information
Any comment system on the Site may utilize an opt-in Geolocation service in accordance with a prevailing community standard such as HTML 5. Such Geolocation opt-in ability is managed by the user’s browser settings. If a user chooses to opt-in to the Geolocation service, the user’s comments may be associated with the user’s location, both internally within Honor365 and publicly on the Sites.

e. Passive Information Collection, Use, and Choices
As you navigate the Site, certain Personal Information may be passively collected, meaning it is gathered without your actively providing it. This is done using the following techniques in the following ways:

IP Addresses: An IP address is a unique identifier that certain electronic devices use to identify and communicate with each other on the Internet. When you visit our Site, we may view the IP address of the device you use to connect to the Internet. We use this information to determine the general physical location of the device and understand from what geographic regions our website visitors come. We also may use this information to enhance our Site.

Through your browser: Certain information is collected by most browsers, such as your Media Access Control (MAC) address, computer type and operating system type and version screen resolution, and Internet browser type and version.

Social Media Widgets: Our Site may include social media tools, including social media widgets or plug-ins, to connect you to your social media accounts. These features may set a cookie or use other automatic collection and tracking technologies to collect information about you and your use of the social media features through and in connection with our Site. These social media tools may be hosted by a third party. Your interactions with these tools and the corresponding social media platforms are governed by the privacy policies of the companies that provide such platforms.

Cookies: Like many companies, our Site may use “cookies” to help make sure the Site is meeting the needs of its users and to help us make improvements. Cookies are bits of text that are placed on your computer’s hard drive when you visit certain websites. We may use cookies set by us on the Site to tell us, for example, whether you have visited us before or if you are a new visitor. We use third-party cookies set by our service provider, Google Analytics, to collect information about how visitors use the Site, including how long you spend on each page, and how you got to the Site. We do not use data collected by cookies to identify who you are. We do not allow Google to use or share our analytics data.

You can refuse our use of some or all cookies by turning off the use of cookies in your web browser. If you use your browser settings to block all types of cookies you may not be able to access all or parts of our Site or functionality may be limited. You can set your browser to notify you before you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it. You can also set your browser to turn off cookies.

Changing your internet browser settings can prevent the use of cookies. Each browser has a different procedure for disabling the use of cookies. The Help function within your browser should tell you how. Alternatively, you may visit http://www.aboutcookies.org where you can review information on how to control cookies on a variety of browsers. You will also find details of how to delete cookies from your computer and other general information about cookies. You can visit https://tools.google.com dlpage/gaoptout for information on how to opt out of Google Analytics cookies.

Google Analytics: We use Google Analytics, which is provided by Google Inc. It uses cookies to collect, for example, information about the operating system and the browser that you use, your IP address, the website you previously accessed (referrer URL) and the date and time of your visit to the Websites. On subsequent repeated visits to the Websites, frequently used information is automatically displayed for you. We are able to track your usage patterns with the help of the cookies. The information generated by cookies about the use of the Websites is transmitted to a Google server, which may be located within or outside of, the United States, and stored there. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the Websites. Google may transfer these rights to third parties insofar as it is required to do so by law or in order that data may be processed on Google’s behalf. By accepting this policy, you consent to the processing of your data by Google. You can:

visit https://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html to learn more about Google Analytics’ use of cookies

Our site currently does not respond to “Do Not Track” (DNT) signals and operates as described in this Privacy Statement whether or not a DNT signal is received, as there is no consistent industry standard for compliance.

2. How We Use the Information We Collect
We use Personal Information submitted by you or otherwise collected through the Site and through other sources for the purposes described in this Privacy Statement and as otherwise described to you at the point of collection. Generally, we use the information you provide to us for the reason for which it was provided. For example, if you sign up to receive email notifications, we will contact you by email. If you provide us with information to make a donation, we will use the information to process your donation. Specifically, we may use Personal Information from or about you:

i. to respond to your inquiries and to send you information that you request and to process your donations;

ii. to send you important information regarding our relationship with you or regarding the Site, changes to our terms, conditions, and policies, and other administrative information;

iii. to notify you about upcoming events and donations;

iv. to promote our products and services, and the products and services of our affiliates;

v. for our business purposes, such as data analysis, audits, recordkeeping, developing new products or services, enhancing the Site, improving our services, identifying Site usage trends, optimizing your experience on the Site, and determining the effectiveness of our fundraising campaigns;

vi. if you choose to complete a survey, we may use the information for purposes of evaluating your feedback from the survey; and

vii. if we intend to collect and use Personal Information for another purpose, we may seek your permission at the time the information is collected. We may use any information that does not personally identify you, your computer, or your device, for any purpose.

3. Our Disclosure of Your Information.
Honor365 does not sell your Personal Information. We may share your Personal Information with third parties only as described in this Privacy Statement or as otherwise described at the point where we collect the information from you, including:

i. to our affiliates for the purposes described in this Privacy Statement;

ii. to the companies or individuals that we hire to provide services to us, such as website hosting services and payment processing; and

iii. to a third party in the event of any reorganization, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment, transfer, or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, or assets (including in connection with any bankruptcy or similar proceedings).

4. Uses and Disclosures to Comply with Laws.
In addition, we use and disclose Personal Information collected through the Site as we believe to be necessary or appropriate: (i) under applicable law, including laws outside your country of residence; (ii) to comply with legal process; (iii) to respond to requests from public and government authorities, including public and government authorities outside your country of residence; (iv) to enforce our terms and conditions; (v) to protect our operations or those of any of our affiliates; (vi) to protect our rights, privacy, safety, or property, and/or that of our affiliates, you, or others; and (vii) to allow us to pursue available remedies or limit the damages that we may sustain.

5. Links to Third Party Sites.
The Site may contain links to other Web sites for the convenience of users in locating information, products, or services that may be of interest. If you access a third-party website from a link on this Site, any information you disclose on that website is not subject to this Privacy Statement. It is possible that these links may be used by third parties or others to collect personal or other information about you. Honor365 is not responsible for the privacy practices of such websites, advertisers, or third parties or the content of such websites and it is your sole obligation to review and understand the privacy practices and policies of these other websites. Honor365 does not control these third parties’ use of cookies, collection of information, or how they manage such information. It is solely your obligation to review and understand the privacy practices and policies of these other websites, advertisers and any third parties.

6. Where Your Information is Processed.
Honor365 is based in the United States. No matter where you are located, your Personal Information will be collected and processed in the United States. The laws of the United States and other countries governing data protection may not be as comprehensive or as protective as the laws in the country where you live.

7. Security
Honor365 will take reasonable steps to protect the information collected and provided via the Site from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. However, you should understand that no transmission over the Internet is ever fully secure. Also, Honor365 uses reasonable efforts to ensure that the Site is generally available. However, there will be occasions when access to the Site will be interrupted or unavailable. Honor365 will use reasonable efforts to minimize such disruption where it is within its reasonable control. You agree that Honor365 shall not be liable to you for any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the Site.

8. Data Retention
We generally retain Personal Information for so long as it may be relevant for the purposes identified in this Privacy Statement, unless a longer period of time is required by law.

9. Lawful Basis for Processing Your Personal Information.
The laws in some countries require us to tell you about the lawful grounds we rely on to collect, use, disclose, and otherwise process your Personal Information. To the extent those laws apply, our lawful bases for processing your Personal Information is in support of our legitimate interests, where those interests are not overridden by your fundamental rights and freedoms: In many cases, we handle Personal Information because it furthers our legitimate business and charitable interests. This includes:

-Providing a safe user experience on our Site;
-Customer service;
-Sending communications to you to let you know about what we are doing with your donations and to solicit additional donations;
-Protecting users, our workers, and our property;
-Analyzing and improving our operations (e.g., optimizing the design and operation of our Site); and
-Managing legal issues.

This Privacy Statement is issued on behalf of Honor365 as controller of your Personal Information under applicable data protection laws. A “controller” is the person or organization who alone or jointly determines the purposes for which, and the manner in which, any Personal Information is, or is likely to be, processed.

10. Your Data Rights and Choices.

You can opt-out of the use of certain cookie-related processing by following the instructions in Section 1(e)above (Passive Information Collection, Use, and Choices). If you are within the European Union, you have the following rights:

-You have the right to request from Honor365 access to your personal data, and the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you.

-You have the right to obtain from Honor365 the erasure or the restriction of processing of your personal data in certain circumstances, including when the data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed, except when Honor365 is required by law to maintain or otherwise process your personal data, for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims, or for the protection of the rights of another person.

You may exercise these rights by contacting Honor365 using the contact information provided above.

If you are within the European Union, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the EU Member State of your habitual residence, place of work, or place of an alleged infringement of the applicable data protection law. However, we encourage you to contact us first at honorvet365@gmail.com and we will try to resolve your concerns.

If you would like to submit a data access, correction, restriction, or deletion request, you can do so by contacting us at honorvet365.org and we will process such request with respect to any Personal Information that we are able to link to you individually based on the information that you can provide to us. These rights and options that you have with respect to Personal Information are subject to limitations and exceptions under applicable law.

11. Right to Change Privacy Statement.
Honor365 reserves the right at any time to modify, alter, or update this Privacy Statement. Your use of the Site following any changes means that you agree to follow and be bound by the Privacy Statement as changed, subject to limitations under applicable law. Any change to this Privacy Statement shall be effective as to any user who has visited the Site before the change was made. Please review this policy periodically, and especially before you provide any Personal Information to us. The Privacy Statement was last updated on the date indicated above.

12. Contacting Us.
For questions about this website, please contact us at contactus.honor365@gmail.com For questions about privacy or handling of your personal information, please contact us at contactus.honor365@gmail.com

To contact us by mail:
Honor365
5526 W 13400 S #332
Herriman, UT. 84096

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Welcome to the Honor365 website, operated by Honor365 and located at honor365.org (the “Site”). The following terms and conditions (“Terms”) govern your use of this Site. By accessing, viewing, or using the content, material, or services available on or through this Site, you indicate that you have read and understand these Terms, that you agree to them and intend to be legally bound by them. If you do not agree to these Terms, or if you are under 13 years of age, you are not granted permission to use this Site and must exit immediately.

1. Informational Purposes Only. The information on this Site is for informational purposes only. Without limiting anything else in these Terms or otherwise, Honor365 is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the Site or Site Materials, as defined in Section 3 of these Terms and Conditions.

2. Registration. In order to access certain content, services, products or benefits on the Site, you may be asked to register and create an account. As part of the registration process, you must click to agree to these Terms, and may then be asked to select a username and password. You may also be required to provide Honor365 with certain information about yourself including some types of personally identifying information such as your email and your address. You are fully responsible for your account, including use of the account by any third party, and maintaining the confidentiality of your password. You may terminate your account at any time by contacting us by email at honorvet365@gmail.com.

3. Proprietary Rights. As between you and Honor365, Honor365 owns or licenses all data, content, graphics, forms, artwork, images, photographs, functional components and any software concepts and documentation and other material on, in or made available through the Site (“Site Materials”), as well as the selection, coordination, arrangement, and organization and enhancement of the Site Materials. All Site Materials are protected pursuant to copyright, trademark, patent and other applicable laws. You agree not to remove or alter any copyright notice or any other proprietary notice on any Site Materials. As between any user and Honor365, all names, trademarks, service marks, certification marks, symbols, slogans or logos appearing on the Site are proprietary to Honor365 or its affiliates, licensors, or suppliers. Use or misuse of these trademarks is expressly prohibited and may violate federal and state trademark law. Under no circumstances will you have any rights of any kind in or to the Site Materials, other than the right to use the Site Materials in accordance with these Terms.

4. Unauthorized Activities. You agree that you will not use the Site for (a) any illegal or unauthorized purposes that violate any local, national, or international laws (including but not limited to import, export, copyright, and trademark laws); (b) modifying, copying, distributing, displaying, performing, reproducing, publishing, licensing, creating derivative works from, transferring, selling any of the Site Materials, unless otherwise authorized by these Terms or in a separate written agreement with UWW; (c) attempting to gain unauthorized access to Honor365’s computer system or engaging in any activity that interferes with the performance of, or impairs the functionality of the Site or any services provided through the Site; or (d) removing, circumventing, disabling, damaging or otherwise interfering in any way with any security-related features of the Site aimed at preventing or restricting the unauthorized use of the Site or any of the Site Materials.

You may use the Site and the Site Materials consistently with Section 3 of these Terms. Any other use of the Site or Site Materials, including but not limited to the aforementioned unauthorized uses, without prior written permission of Honor365 is strictly prohibited. You acknowledge and agree that the unauthorized use of the Site or the Site Materials could cause irreparable harm to Honor365 and that in the event of such unauthorized use, Honor365 shall be entitled to an injunction in addition to any other remedies available at law or in equity.

5. Materials Submitted to the Site. Certain features of the Site may allow you to contribute comments, feedback, information, content, text, files, graphics, postings, and other materials and information for access, use, viewing and commentary by other users to the Site (“User Content”). By posting User Content, you represent that you have the full legal right to provide the User Content and that use of the User Content by the Site and all other persons and entities will not (a) infringe any intellectual property rights of any person or entity or any rights of publicity, personality, or privacy of any person or entity, including as a result of your failure to obtain consent to post personally identifying or otherwise private information about a person; (b) violate any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or agreement; or (c) constitute disclosure of any confidential information owned by any third party. Upon your submission of User Content or other material or information to Honor365, you grant Honor365 a worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, transferable, license to access, use, distribute, reproduce, display, modify, create derivative works based upon, and sublicense, the User Content, all without any compensation to you whatsoever. If you believe that any content or postings on the Site violate your intellectual property or other rights, please follow our Complaint Procedure in Section 12 of these Terms.

6. Third Party Web Sites and Content. The Site is available for informational purposes only. The Site may contain links to other Internet Web sites for the convenience of users in locating information, products, or services that may be of interest. Use of such third party links, the Site and the Site Materials and any other material or content on and made available through the Site is entirely at your own risk.

Honor365 does not recommend and expressly disclaims any responsibility for the content, the accuracy of the information, or quality of products or services provided by or advertised on third party sites or the transactions you conduct or enter into with third parties. Your use of any third party’s website is at your own risk, and subject to the terms and conditions of such other websites. UWW does not endorse any product, service, or treatment provided on a third party website or advertised or provided on the Site.

Privacy Policy. Any personal information that you provide to Honor365 on the Site is subject to our Privacy Policy. For more information, click here to view the Privacy Policy, which is incorporated into these Terms by reference, as if set forth fully herein. Please be advised that the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted to Honor365 via the Site or Internet electronic mail cannot be guaranteed, including, for example, personal information such as your address or name.

7. Privacy Policy. Any personal information that you provide to Honor365 on the Site is subject to our Privacy Policy. For more information, view the privacy policy, which is incorporated into these Terms by reference, as if set forth fully herein. Please be advised that the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted to Honor365 via the Site or Internet electronic mail cannot be guaranteed, including, for example, personal information such as your address or name.

8. Disclaimer. Honor365, its subsidiaries, and affiliates, are not responsible for and do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any Site Materials, User Content, products, data, services, links, advertisements or other items contained within the Site.

Honor365 reserves the right to immediately remove any Site Materials or User Content for any reason or for no reason. Honor365 cannot and does not review all communications or products made available on or through the Site, but, although not obligated to, may review, verify, make changes to or remove any User Content, Site Materials, the Site or the products or services made available in connection with the Site, including information submitted in connection with the Site Materials or other features at any time, with or without notice in its sole discretion. You agree that you must evaluate and bear all risks associated with the use of Site Materials or User Content and that you may not rely on such Site Materials or User Content.

THE SITE, THE SITE MATERIALS, USER CONTENT, SERVICES, PRODUCTS, INFORMATION AND OTHER MATERIALS ON, IN AND MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SITE ARE MADE AVAILABLE “AS IS” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS.” USE OF THE SITE IS ENTIRELY AT YOUR OWN RISK. UWW AND ITS LICENSORS MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, AND DISCLAIM ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, WITH RESPECT TO THE SITE, THE USER CONTENT, THE SITE MATERIALS, SERVICES, PRODUCTS, DATA AND OTHER MATERIALS ON, IN AND MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SITE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WRITTEN OR ORAL, ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, USAGE OF TRADE, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ACCURACY, SYSTEMS INTEGRATION, NONINTERFERENCE, QUALITY, TITLE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO SATISFACTORY QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS AND EFFORT WITH REGARD TO ANY AND ALL USER CONTENT, THE SITE, THE SITE MATERIALS, SERVICES, PRODUCTS, DATA AND OTHER MATERIALS ON, IN AND MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SITE, IS WITH YOU.

9. LIMITATION of Liability. HONOR365 AND ITS LICENSORS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, ONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, EXTRA-CONTRACTUAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING LOST REVENUES OR LOST PROFITS, WHICH MAY OR DOES RESULT FROM THE USE OF, ACCESS TO, OR INABILITY TO USE THE SITE, THE USER CONTENT, THE SITE MATERIALS, SERVICES, PRODUCTS, DATA AND OTHER MATERIALS ON, IN AND MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SITE, REGARDLESS OF LEGAL THEORY, WHETHER OR NOT YOU OR UWW HAD BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OR PROBABILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND EVEN IF THE REMEDIES OTHERWISE AVAILABLE FAIL OF THEIR ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE TOTAL LIABILITY OF UWW AND ITS LICENSORS TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY IN CONNECTION WITH, BASED UPON, OR ARISING FROM THE SITE, USER CONTENT, THE SITE MATERIALS ON, IN AND MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SITE, OR THE SERVICES, PRODUCTS, DATA OR OTHER MATERIALS OFFERED IN CONNECTION THEREWITH EXCEED THE PRICE PAID BY YOU DURING THE PRECEDING YEAR FOR USE OF THE SITE AND THE SERVICES AND PRODUCTS. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IF ANY PART OF THIS LIMITATION ON LIABILITY IS FOUND TO BE INVALID OR UNENFORCEABLE FOR ANY REASON, THEN THE TOTAL LIABILITY OF HONOR365 AND ITS LICENSORS SHALL NOT EXCEED TEN DOLLARS ($10). If you are dissatisfied with the Site or with any of these Terms, or feel UWW has breached these Terms, your sole and exclusive remedy is to discontinue using the Site.

10. Indemnification. You shall indemnify Honor365 and its directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors and licensors (“Honor365 Indemnitees”) against all claims, actions, suits, and other proceedings (“Claims”) arising out of or incurred in connection with the Site and your use of the Site, the Site Materials or any services, product or data obtained through the Site, your fraud, violation of law, negligence, willful misconduct, or any other use of the Site, the User Content, the Site Materials, the services, products, information and other materials on, in and made available through the Site, except to the extent attributable to Honor365, or any breach by you of these Terms and shall indemnify and hold Honor365 Indemnitees harmless from and against all judgments, losses, liabilities, damages, costs, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and attorneys’ disbursements) arising out of or incurred in connection with such Claims. You may not settle any Claim without the prior written consent of Honor365. Honor365 or its licensors may assume the defense of any Claim, at your sole cost and expense, and you shall cooperate in all reasonable respects in such defense. You shall have the right to employ separate counsel in any Claim and to participate in the defense thereof. If Honor365 or its licensors do not notify you that it elects to undertake the defense thereof, you shall have the right to defend the Claim with counsel reasonably acceptable to Honor365, subject to the right of Honor365 to assume, at their sole cost and expense, the defense of any Claim at any time prior to the settlement or final determination thereof.

11. Internet Security. Honor365 uses reasonable efforts to ensure that the Site is generally available. However, there will be occasions when access to the Site will be interrupted or unavailable. Honor365 will use reasonable efforts to minimize such disruption where it is within its reasonable control. You agree that Honor365 shall not be liable to you for any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the Site. You understand that the technical processing and transmission of any Site content may be transferred unencrypted and involve (a) transmissions over various networks; and (b) changes to conform and adapt to technical requirements of connecting networks or devices. Please be advised that we do not guarantee that any information sent from our Site will be secure during transmission, nor can we guarantee the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted to Honor365 via the Site or the Internet, including, for example, personal information such as your name or address.

12. Complaint Procedures. If you believe that any content or postings on this Site violates your intellectual property or other rights, please notify Honor365 by email at honor365.org with a comprehensive detailed message setting forth the following information: (a) your name and the name of your company, if any; (b) your contact information, including your email address; (c) the nature and substance of your complaint, the specific rights at issue, and your basis for making the complaint, including the content or posting that is objectionable; and (d) the following statement:

“The statements, representations, and assertions made in this message are true, complete, and accurate and I have the full legal authority to make each and every such statement, representation, and assertion and to make and be granted any demand made in this message.”

13. Changes to these Terms; Termination. Honor365 reserves the right at any time to modify, alter or update these Terms. Your use of the Site following any changes means that you agree to follow and be bound by the terms as changed. Any change to these Terms shall be effective as to any visitor who has visited the Site before the change was made. It is the obligation of users visiting the Site before the change to learn of changes to the Terms since their last visit. Honor365 may suspend or terminate your account and/or your ability to use the Site, or any services on the Site, for failure to comply with these Terms, for providing Honor365 with untrue or inaccurate information about yourself, for infringement upon Honor365 proprietary rights, or for any other reason whatsoever or for no reason.

14. Governing Law and Jurisdiction. These Terms represent the entire agreement between you and Honor365 with respect to the subject matter hereof, and supersede any and all prior and contemporaneous written and oral representations, understandings, and agreements, express and implied, and will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Utah, without reference to its conflict of law rules; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT THE TERMS OF ANY APPLICABLE LAW NOW OR HEREAFTER ENACTED THAT IS BASED ON, DERIVED FROM, SIMILAR TO, OR CONNECTED WITH THE UNIFORM COMPUTER INFORMATION TRANSACTIONS ACT DRAFTED BY THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMISSIONERS ON
UNIFORM STATE LAWS SHALL NOT APPLY EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT THE LAW EXPRESSLY PROHIBITS ALTERATION BY THESE TERMS OF THE APPLICABILITY OF ONE OR MORE SECTIONS OF THE LAW. By accessing, viewing, or using the services, works, content, or materials on the Site, you consent and agree to (a) the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal and state courts located in Utah ; (b) accept service of process by personal delivery or mail; and (c) irrevocably waive the right to trial by jury and any jurisdictional and venue defenses otherwise available.

15. Miscellaneous. The Site is controlled and operated from within the United States. Without limiting anything else, Honor365 makes no representation that the Site, Site Materials, User Content, services, products, information or other materials available on, in, or through the Site is appropriate or available for use in other locations, and access to them from territories where they are illegal is prohibited. Those who choose to access the Site from other locations do so on their own volition and are responsible for compliance with applicable laws. The waiver or failure of Honor365 to exercise in any respect any right provided hereunder shall not be deemed a waiver of such right in the future or a waiver of any of other rights established under these Terms. Headings used
in these Terms are for reference only and shall not affect the interpretation of these Terms. No person or entity not party to this agreement will be deemed to be a third party beneficiary of these Terms or any provision hereof. When used herein, the words “includes” and “including” and their syntactical variations shall be deemed followed by the words “without limitation.”

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According to the LA County Sheriff’s department, Deputy Jenna Underwood-Nunez heard a distress call while dining with family in the Silverwood campgrounds in San Bernadino County on Saturday, April 27,2013,  around 5 p.m.⁠
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Underwood-Nunez is 5 ½ months pregnant. She saw someone splashing in a lake, about 200 yards out. She determined the person was drowning⁠
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Placing herself, and her unborn child at risk, the deputy sprang into action fully-clothed. She quickly learned the person screaming was actually the brother of the drowning victim who was at the bottom of the lake, about 15 feet down.⁠
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She dove to the bottom of the lake and then pulled the victim to shore where she initiated CPR.⁠
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The victim, a 17-year-old high school student from Adelanto,  regained consciousness during her 4th CPR cycle. The victim was subsequently airlifted to a local hospital.⁠
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The teen was placed in the ICU where he was listed in stable condition. He is expected to make a full recovery.⁠
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A deputy for six years, Underwood-Nunez is assigned to the Century Regional Detention Facility (CRDF).⁠
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We honor you, Jenna Underwood-Nunez.⁠
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SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA.com) — A pregnant off-duty Sheriff’s deputy is credited with saving the life of a drowning teenager.⁠

According to the LA County Sheriff’s department, Deputy Jenna Underwood-Nunez heard a distress call while dining with family in the Silverwood campgrounds in San Bernadino County on Saturday, April 27,2013, around 5 p.m.⁠

Underwood-Nunez is 5 ½ months pregnant. She saw someone splashing in a lake, about 200 yards out. She determined the person was drowning⁠

Placing herself, and her unborn child at risk, the deputy sprang into action fully-clothed. She quickly learned the person screaming was actually the brother of the drowning victim who was at the bottom of the lake, about 15 feet down.⁠

She dove to the bottom of the lake and then pulled the victim to shore where she initiated CPR.⁠

The victim, a 17-year-old high school student from Adelanto, regained consciousness during her 4th CPR cycle. The victim was subsequently airlifted to a local hospital.⁠

The teen was placed in the ICU where he was listed in stable condition. He is expected to make a full recovery.⁠

A deputy for six years, Underwood-Nunez is assigned to the Century Regional Detention Facility (CRDF).⁠

We honor you, Jenna Underwood-Nunez.⁠

#Repost @https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2013/05/02/pregnant-off-duty-sheriffs-deputy-saves-drowning-teen/⁠

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Matt Frantz, the second of four boys, was born June 8, 1971, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Later, his family moved back to Duluth, where he remained until his death.⁠
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As a child, Matt would listen to the stories his grandfather would tell about his career as a firefighter for the Air National Guard and later a founding member and chief of the Rice Lake Volunteer Fire Department. It was at a young age that he developed a passion for firefighting and knew that this was what he truly wanted to do in life.⁠
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Matt served in the U.S. Army from 1991 to 1993, during which time he served abroad in Korea. He later served as a reservist in the Army National Guard, achieving the rank of sergeant and retiring in 1999.⁠
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Matt attended Lake Superior College School of Fire Technology and Administration and began working for UPS as a local sorter, later becoming a full-time delivery driver.⁠
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We met in early 1995, and in August of 1998 we were married. In 1999, he adopted our oldest daughter and we had our second daughter. He was so proud of his girls and loved spending time with them.⁠
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We moved to Rice Lake Township in 2000, and Matt joined the volunteer fire department soon after. In 2009, Matt was elected chief and held the position up until the time of his death.⁠
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He had a deep passion for this particular organization and cause, and all who knew him could see it. Some of his closest and dearest friendships were formed with the men and women he fought fires with. He was a dedicated chief and wanted every member to feel that they were a part of something special, part of a family.⁠
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Matt was a do-it-yourselfer and was proud of the home he built for us. If he didn’t know how to do something he played around with it until he succeeded. He loved fishing, hunting, and camping and absolutely loved to do these things with his family, especially our daughters.⁠
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We honor you, Matthew Frantz.⁠
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Matt Frantz, the second of four boys, was born June 8, 1971, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Later, his family moved back to Duluth, where he remained until his death.⁠

As a child, Matt would listen to the stories his grandfather would tell about his career as a firefighter for the Air National Guard and later a founding member and chief of the Rice Lake Volunteer Fire Department. It was at a young age that he developed a passion for firefighting and knew that this was what he truly wanted to do in life.⁠

Matt served in the U.S. Army from 1991 to 1993, during which time he served abroad in Korea. He later served as a reservist in the Army National Guard, achieving the rank of sergeant and retiring in 1999.⁠

Matt attended Lake Superior College School of Fire Technology and Administration and began working for UPS as a local sorter, later becoming a full-time delivery driver.⁠

We met in early 1995, and in August of 1998 we were married. In 1999, he adopted our oldest daughter and we had our second daughter. He was so proud of his girls and loved spending time with them.⁠

We moved to Rice Lake Township in 2000, and Matt joined the volunteer fire department soon after. In 2009, Matt was elected chief and held the position up until the time of his death.⁠

He had a deep passion for this particular organization and cause, and all who knew him could see it. Some of his closest and dearest friendships were formed with the men and women he fought fires with. He was a dedicated chief and wanted every member to feel that they were a part of something special, part of a family.⁠

Matt was a do-it-yourselfer and was proud of the home he built for us. If he didn’t know how to do something he played around with it until he succeeded. He loved fishing, hunting, and camping and absolutely loved to do these things with his family, especially our daughters.⁠

We honor you, Matthew Frantz.⁠

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CPL Harwood Hobbs Thompson⁠
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Corporal Thompson was a member of Company G, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. During the intense fighting near Chipyong-ni, South Korea, he was listed as Missing in Action on February 15, 1951. Later it was determined that he had been taken Prisoner of War and was killed while a prisoner from aerial strafing on May 19, 1951. His remains were not recovered. ⁠
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We honor you, Harwood Thompson.⁠
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CPL Harwood Hobbs Thompson⁠

Corporal Thompson was a member of Company G, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. During the intense fighting near Chipyong-ni, South Korea, he was listed as Missing in Action on February 15, 1951. Later it was determined that he had been taken Prisoner of War and was killed while a prisoner from aerial strafing on May 19, 1951. His remains were not recovered. ⁠

We honor you, Harwood Thompson.⁠

#Repost @https://www.koreanwar.org/html/29960/korean-war-project-vermont-er12246138-cpl-harwood-hobbs-thompson⁠

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It’s hard to believe what Army Staff Sgt. David Bellavia went through and did in order to save his squad in Iraq during the Second Battle of Fallujah on Nov. 10, 2004. It’s unbelievable how much he turned his life around from feeling like the “weakest link” — his words, not ours — to leading his soldiers during a pitched firefight in one of the deadliest battles of the Iraq War. ⁠
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In February 2004, Bellavia deployed with the 2nd Battalion 2nd infantry regiment, 1st Infantry Division. They were stationed outside Fallujah, and Bellavia was a squad leader, one who would soon be leading his men into hellish combat.⁠
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His platoon was tasked with searching and clearing houses in Fallujah; a brutal and costly affair. They went block by block, house by house, and room by room in a city crawling with enemy fighters, one that was laced with booby traps, with ambushes around every corner. By the time that U.S. troops made their way into the city in November, they had already been engaged in months of fierce fighting. Bellavia was no longer bothered by fear at this point; he was fueled by it. By this time, he had transformed into a reliable leader who was ready for whatever this war could throw at him.⁠
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On Nov. 10, 2004, while clearing a house, Bellavia pursued a group of ambushers through the building in a running battle that would end with one soldier taking out a group of attackers many times his number. For his actions, Bellavia was awarded the Medal of Honor on June 25, 2019.⁠
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We honor you, David Bellavia.⁠
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#Repost @https://taskandpurpose.com/history/david-bellavia-medal-of-honor-video/⁠
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It’s hard to believe what Army Staff Sgt. David Bellavia went through and did in order to save his squad in Iraq during the Second Battle of Fallujah on Nov. 10, 2004. It’s unbelievable how much he turned his life around from feeling like the “weakest link” — his words, not ours — to leading his soldiers during a pitched firefight in one of the deadliest battles of the Iraq War. ⁠

In February 2004, Bellavia deployed with the 2nd Battalion 2nd infantry regiment, 1st Infantry Division. They were stationed outside Fallujah, and Bellavia was a squad leader, one who would soon be leading his men into hellish combat.⁠

His platoon was tasked with searching and clearing houses in Fallujah; a brutal and costly affair. They went block by block, house by house, and room by room in a city crawling with enemy fighters, one that was laced with booby traps, with ambushes around every corner. By the time that U.S. troops made their way into the city in November, they had already been engaged in months of fierce fighting. Bellavia was no longer bothered by fear at this point; he was fueled by it. By this time, he had transformed into a reliable leader who was ready for whatever this war could throw at him.⁠

On Nov. 10, 2004, while clearing a house, Bellavia pursued a group of ambushers through the building in a running battle that would end with one soldier taking out a group of attackers many times his number. For his actions, Bellavia was awarded the Medal of Honor on June 25, 2019.⁠

We honor you, David Bellavia.⁠

#Repost @https://taskandpurpose.com/history/david-bellavia-medal-of-honor-video/⁠

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"I was the second man off my barge, and the first and third man got killed."⁠
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Born in Highland Falls, New York, Charles Durning was the ninth of ten children. Five of his siblings died due to scarlet fever and smallpox, and much of his early life was spent in hardship. Although he displayed a passion for entertaining others, a high school teacher told him that he was talentless in art, language, and math and was better suited to working in an office. He was undeterred, however, and would become one of the greatest character actors in living memory.⁠
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Durning was drafted into the U.S. Army just in time to fight in World War II. He was part of the landing forces at Normandy during the initial invasion of France by Allied forces. Although he survived the initial assault relatively unscathed, he was wounded by a German mine a few days later and earned a Purple Heart. After recovering for six months, he was put back on the front lines to combat the German Ardennes offensive.⁠
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During the German attack, Durning reported that a particularly young soldier charged him, but Durning couldn’t bring himself to fire. The two fought with their bayonets, and Durning suffered further injury during the fight. Durning killed the German infantryman which became a particularly painful memory. After the offensive, Durning received his second Purple Heart.⁠
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Before the war was over, Durning received a third Purple Heart and the Silver and Bronze Stars for valor. The chest wound which earned him the Purple Heart prompted his evacuation to the United States for recovery where he spent the remainder of his time with the Army. He was discharged in 1946 as a private first class.⁠
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We honor you, Charles Durning.⁠
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#Repost @https://www.military.com/veteran-jobs/career-advice/military-transition/famous-veteran-charles-durning.html ⁠
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#honor365 #honorvet365 #rememberingtheone #veteran #army #wwii #purpleheart #silverstar #bronzestar

"I was the second man off my barge, and the first and third man got killed."⁠

Born in Highland Falls, New York, Charles Durning was the ninth of ten children. Five of his siblings died due to scarlet fever and smallpox, and much of his early life was spent in hardship. Although he displayed a passion for entertaining others, a high school teacher told him that he was talentless in art, language, and math and was better suited to working in an office. He was undeterred, however, and would become one of the greatest character actors in living memory.⁠

Durning was drafted into the U.S. Army just in time to fight in World War II. He was part of the landing forces at Normandy during the initial invasion of France by Allied forces. Although he survived the initial assault relatively unscathed, he was wounded by a German mine a few days later and earned a Purple Heart. After recovering for six months, he was put back on the front lines to combat the German Ardennes offensive.⁠

During the German attack, Durning reported that a particularly young soldier charged him, but Durning couldn’t bring himself to fire. The two fought with their bayonets, and Durning suffered further injury during the fight. Durning killed the German infantryman which became a particularly painful memory. After the offensive, Durning received his second Purple Heart.⁠

Before the war was over, Durning received a third Purple Heart and the Silver and Bronze Stars for valor. The chest wound which earned him the Purple Heart prompted his evacuation to the United States for recovery where he spent the remainder of his time with the Army. He was discharged in 1946 as a private first class.⁠

We honor you, Charles Durning.⁠

#Repost @https://www.military.com/veteran-jobs/career-advice/military-transition/famous-veteran-charles-durning.html ⁠

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Pettit was last seen on Sept. 11 near Tower Two, snagging scenes of the terrorist attacks for future training films and searching for an operations command center, Kroupa said. Capt. Sean Crowley and Officer Edward Aswad of the New York Police Department, who saw Pettit after the terrorist attacks began, told Kroupa that her brother "wasn't fearful and was calm." Pettit's body was recovered near the rubble of the South tower on December. 15.⁠
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Glen Pettit was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor during the Annual Medal Day ceremony on December 4, 2001. The New York City Police Department Medal of Honor is the highest award that may be bestowed upon a member of the service. ⁠
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We honor you, Glen Pettit.⁠
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Pettit was last seen on Sept. 11 near Tower Two, snagging scenes of the terrorist attacks for future training films and searching for an operations command center, Kroupa said. Capt. Sean Crowley and Officer Edward Aswad of the New York Police Department, who saw Pettit after the terrorist attacks began, told Kroupa that her brother "wasn't fearful and was calm." Pettit's body was recovered near the rubble of the South tower on December. 15.⁠

Glen Pettit was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor during the Annual Medal Day ceremony on December 4, 2001. The New York City Police Department Medal of Honor is the highest award that may be bestowed upon a member of the service. ⁠

We honor you, Glen Pettit.⁠

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For as long as I have known Faye‚ she always felt she was put here on earth to help people. From helping with the school PTA‚ serving her community as a firefighter‚ or just lending an ear to someone who needed a friend‚ she was always willing to help.⁠
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Faye came on board with the Bon Secour Fire / Rescue (Alabama) a year and a half after I did in August of 1999. She didn’t understand why I found it so gratifying until she went to her 1st brush fire. To be that person in need’s saving grace‚ the one they relied on‚ gave her a sense of importance and meaning to our tiny community. She lived and breathed firefighting. Her love for the fire service reached out to the internet as she maintained the department’s website. She also started an online community for volunteer Firefighters around the world to share information‚ stories‚ and ideas.⁠
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To this day‚ the club has over 600 members in 6 continents. To the internet‚ she was known firefighting_lady or ladyfire. To our community‚ she is known as Edna Faye Bishop.⁠
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Faye answered her final call April 7th‚ 2002. In years prior‚ we both had discussed a few times‚ if we could choose how we went‚ we wanted to go while firefighting. That unfortunate day came last year and while I wrestled with God and his decision to take this wife & mother of 2 in the prime of her life‚ I then realized‚ Faye went out the best way anyone could‚ a hero. A hero that died doing something to make a difference in all of our lives.⁠
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We honor you, Edna Faye Bishop.⁠
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Submitted by her husband. #Repost @https://www.firehero.org/fallen-firefighter/edna-faye-bishop/⁠
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For as long as I have known Faye‚ she always felt she was put here on earth to help people. From helping with the school PTA‚ serving her community as a firefighter‚ or just lending an ear to someone who needed a friend‚ she was always willing to help.⁠

Faye came on board with the Bon Secour Fire / Rescue (Alabama) a year and a half after I did in August of 1999. She didn’t understand why I found it so gratifying until she went to her 1st brush fire. To be that person in need’s saving grace‚ the one they relied on‚ gave her a sense of importance and meaning to our tiny community. She lived and breathed firefighting. Her love for the fire service reached out to the internet as she maintained the department’s website. She also started an online community for volunteer Firefighters around the world to share information‚ stories‚ and ideas.⁠

To this day‚ the club has over 600 members in 6 continents. To the internet‚ she was known firefighting_lady or ladyfire. To our community‚ she is known as Edna Faye Bishop.⁠

Faye answered her final call April 7th‚ 2002. In years prior‚ we both had discussed a few times‚ if we could choose how we went‚ we wanted to go while firefighting. That unfortunate day came last year and while I wrestled with God and his decision to take this wife & mother of 2 in the prime of her life‚ I then realized‚ Faye went out the best way anyone could‚ a hero. A hero that died doing something to make a difference in all of our lives.⁠

We honor you, Edna Faye Bishop.⁠

Submitted by her husband. #Repost @https://www.firehero.org/fallen-firefighter/edna-faye-bishop/⁠

#honor365 #honorvet365 #rememberingtheone #firstresponder #firefighter #KIA #fallenhero
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