December 29, 2009

Veteran's News

President Signs Veterans Health Act
President Barack Obama recently signed the Veterans Health Care Budget Reform and Transparency Act of 2009 into law. More

Deal of the Week: Up to 87% Off
Limited time offer for US Military. Microsoft Office Standard 2007 for only $49.99. Buy now and save up to $349! More

Social Security Benefits Wounded Warriors
Many veterans don't realize that Social Security benefits for Wounded Warriors differ from Department of Veterans Affairs administered benefits. More

Post-9/11 GI Bill Tuition and Free Rate
Unlike the Montgomery GI Bill, the Post-9/11 GI Bill requires the Department of Veterans Affairs to pay your tuition and fees directly to the school. More

Holiday Travel Stress & Joy
Learn to avoid the added financial stress when traveling, especially where airfares are concerned. More

Debt Proofing the Holidays
Learn to Debt Proof your holidays regardless of your financial situation. More

Free Trial Issue of Men's Health Magazine
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Taking the First-Time Homebuyer's Credit
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act can put $8,000 in your pocket to help pay for your new digs. More

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

Bootcamp for Veterans Expands
The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) announced an expansion of its services to include veterans of the U.S. Coast Guard. More

Legion Catalog Available
The new 2010 American Legion "Flag & Emblem" catalog has more than 70 new items, along with brand new offerings for American Legion Riders. More

Lifeline for Vets Extends Hours
The National Veterans Foundation (NVF) announced that it's extending the hours of its Lifeline for Vets' to aid a growing number of veterans. More

Armed Forces Licenses in Ohio
Veterans and servicemembers now have the option of displaying the U.S. Armed Forces symbol on their driver license (DL) or state identification card (ID) through the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). More

CCNY Helps Warriors Become Students
On Friday, Jan. 8, City College of New York (CCNY) will welcome members of the famed "Fighting 69th" Infantry Regiment and others. More

Tora Bora Hindsight?
Jamie McIntyre writes, "If only the United States had sent a few more troops into Afghanistan at the start of the war, Osama bin Laden would have been caught or killed in 2001. More

Tips to Making Your Voc-Rehab Plan
It seems Va makes you jump through hoops to get your Voc-Rehab benefits. This week Ben Krause focuses on making winning Voc-Rehab plan. More

Berlin Airlift Exhibit Opens
The Berlin Airlift Exhibit recently opened at the Travis Air Museum. More

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