December 15, 2009

Veteran's News

Schools Defer Tuition Charges for Vets
According to most recent reports thousands of veteran students are still feeling the economic impact from delayed Post-9/11 GI Bill payments. More

Deal of the Week: Save on Holiday Shopping
Find the perfect present for the ones you love at's Holiday Gift Center. More

Top Two Military Advantages
Here are two easy ways to get a degree faster and have it paid for by the Military. More

VA Loan Guaranty Program
Despite problems in the nation's housing market, mortgage loans backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) had a lower foreclosure rate than any other type of home loan in the industry. More

Lawmakers Address VA Needs, Planning
House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Chairman Bob Filner recently conducted a hearing to explore how the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) determines its resource needs. More

Legion Supports Flagpole Fight
The American Legion joined the fight being waged by a Medal of Honor recipient against a Virginia homeowner association's demands to remove a flagpole. More

Featured Job: Military Friendly Employers
Visit's career board to search thousands of jobs in aerospace, defense, health care, nursing, government, law enforcement, teaching and more. More

Debt Proofing the Holidays
Military spouse Tara Crooks interviews's Mary Hunt about debt proofing the holidays. More

Veterans Push for WWI Memorial
A push is underway to designate a national memorial to those who fought in World War I. Among those asking for such a memorial is the last remaining American veteran from that war, Frank W. Buckles. More

Voc-Rehab Tip No. 4
In part four of his series, Seven Essentials to a Voc-Rehab Win -- Know the Rules, Ben Krause explains what vets need to know about VR&E program rules and regulations. More

An Overview of VA Home Loans
For veterans and active duty military personnel, a VA loan can be the most flexible home financing option available. More

Are You Relocating Soon?
Visit's Relocation Center to find all your moving needs -- realtors, truck rentals, professional movers, discounts on travel, a moving guide and more. More

Public Officials Talk Education Benefits
The chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity of the U.S. House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, recently led a roundtable discussion on education. More

Wreaths Across America
Through Wreaths Across America, veteran memorials and grave sites, including Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C., are currently being adorned with remembrance wreaths. More

Hunt for 'Fake UK Veteran'
The hunt is on throughout the United Kingdom for the "fake veteran" who recently marched in a Remembrance Day parade alongside 600 genuine. More

Do You Know Your VA Benefits?
The VA launched a national survey of veterans, active duty servicemembers, activated National Guard and reserve members, and family members and survivors to learn if they are aware of VA services. More

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