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All Things Veterans Affairs : Pt.1

Welcome back Shipmates, I hope some of the information in my previous blogs has been helpful and clear. I asked over 4,000 veterans in different veteran Facebook groups what they needed to know the most, and was told that it was how to operate the VA. 1,147 more words

Cortni Alexander: One vet's adjustment to life in college

by Lynsey Amundson

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 – 2:44pm

Office of Communications and Marketing intern

Western Washington University

Cortni Alexander (WWU photo by Morgan Stilp) 627 more words

Press Release: VEDI Launches Campaign for Mobile Health and Empowerment Unit for Veterans

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact:

Tiffany Braxton

VEDI@MidnightManagement.com

Phone:  860 698-0643

VEDI INC LAUNCHES “BINSACK-WATSON VETERAN EXPRESS” TO FILL IN THE SUPPORT GAP FOR VETS AND THEIR FAMILIES… 568 more words

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Remember the Four Chaplains

On the morning of February 3, 1943, the U.S.A.T. Dorchester, a converted cruise ship, was crowded to capacity with 903 service members, including four chaplains. The Dorchester, was moving steadily across the icy waters from Newfoundland toward an American base in Greenland.  171 more words

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Vetpreneurs Leading the Way [Infographic]

Veterans make up only 8% of the US population, but they’re twice as likely to own a business as their civilian counterparts.

As of 2015, America’s 21.4 million veterans own 9.2% of all U.S. 218 more words

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How Iraq Taught Me to Pray

My first deployment was to Iraq in 2006. It made several things clear. Before Iraq, my faith was comfortable. It had been tried, tested, and proven, but in a very clean and simple way. 552 more words

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Yellow Ribbon Community

Available in Carbon County? YES

What They Do: provide emergency, short-term assistance to veterans, service members, guard, reserves, and their families.

Contact: Warene Wall (406) 425-4021 or (406) 425-3429… 33 more words

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