January 26, 2010

Veteran's News - Tuesday, January 26, 2010

VA to Host Mental Health Summit
VA is hosting a Mental Health Summit January 28-29, 2010 in Washington, D.C. More

Get the 2010 GI Bill Guide
Your GI Bill Rate for 2010 is more than $49,000. There are two main steps you'll need to take to start using and understanding your benefits More

Hunting Small Game With an AR
A small game rifle has to be very accurate, close enough is not an option. Golfball size targets allow little room for error. More

Liberty University Online is Here for Veterans
In today's economy, you need a degree to complement your military training. Liberty University Online, makes it easy for servicemembers, veterans, and military spouses to get an in-demand education. More

VA's New Year's Resolution: Catch up!
Eric Shinseki, Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, announced the VA will pay all outstanding Post-9/11 GI Bill claims by Feb. 1. More

The Military Advantage, 2010 Edition
The Military Advantage, 2010 Edition includes new and updated information about major active duty and veterans benefits. More

Contacts for Haitian Relief
The U.S. State Department requests that anyone wishing to support Haiti relief efforts please check the following websites. More

Featured Job: Explore Your Progressive Side
Seize the opportunity to take your talent and build and amazing career. More

Brain Scan Identifies PTSD
A group of Minnesota scientists say they can identify people who have post-traumatic stress disorder by studying their brain signals. More

Live American Legion Webcasts
More American Legion events and activities than ever before will be streamed live on the American Legion website this year. More

Legion Offers Veterans Benefits Calculator
The American Legion has launched a new online tool, The American Legion Veterans Benefits Calculator. More

VA Adds Five Coordinators
The Department of Veterans Affairs has hired five new Federal Recovery Coordinators. More

South Dakota Veteran Bonuses
South Dakota offers a bonus to members of the Armed Forces and veterans who were legal residents of the state for at least six months prior to joining the Armed Forces. More

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