December 22, 2009

Veteran's News

Fighting the Battle Within
The consequences of untreated behavioral health problems such as PTSD can be grave. More

Deal of the Week: Free Trial of RUNNER'S WORLD
Come Run With Us At RUNNER'S WORLD. Get a risk-free taste of the practical advice that's made RUNNER'S WORLD the single best source for all the things that you love about Running. More

Last Minute Military Gifts for the Holidays
You still have time to shop online for everyone in your military family. Visit the Holiday Gift guide. More

VA Releases Report Card
For the second consecutive year, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released a "hospital report card." More

Vet Employment Council to Publish Plan
The Department of Labor announced that Interagency Council on Veterans Employment recently held its first meeting to discuss ways of expanding the participation of veterans in the nation's federal workforce. More

Pay Statements Available
Air Force retirees with a myPay online account can now download their annual account statements. More

Featured Job: Security Clearances Wanted
Did you know when leaving the military, you can re-activate your clearance for up to 24 months without having to start the process over again? More

Cross Goes Back to Court
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard arguments in the Mount Soledad cross case. More

Twitter in Nebraska, Iowa
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care officials in Nebraska and Western Iowa are informing veterans and family members about benefits eligibility and services through a new Twitter account. More

Get the Top Gift Card Tips
The Federal Trade Commission advises servicemembers and their families, as well as Defense Department civilians and contractors to think before they buy holiday gift cards this season, and buy from sources they know and trust. More

CLEP Your Way to a Degree
Although you have surely heard of CLEP tests, you may not know that these credit-by-exam tests are widely accepted by colleges and universities. More

Learn to Avoid Voc-Rehab Denials
The appeals cases of disabled veterans who struggled with Voc Rehab in the past can help veterans avoid denials. More

Albuquerque Receives VA Award
A Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) research facility in Albuquerque, N.M. is the recipient of the 2009 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. More

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