July 21, 2010

Veteran's News

New Korean War Exhibit
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force recently opened its renovated Korean War exhibit in the museum's Modern Flight Gallery. More

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All military.com members use coupon "MILITARYTEN" to get 10% off all products (except OEM Ink Cartridges) and get Free Shipping on all U.S. contiguous orders over $50! More

Think of the GI Bill as a Bonus for Life
You might think that it's too late to take advantage of the economic forecasts, but it's not. The GI Bill not only pays for traditional higher education but also many short-term licensure and certification programs. More

Military.com Career Expo Coming to Colorado
Meet your next employer face to face at the Career Expo in Colorado Springs, Colo. on July 27, 2010. More

Use Spouse-Ed Resources for a Finance Job
"These tough economic times make it clear that education and training are critical to finding employment," said John Gannon, president of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation. More

What Comes After SGLI?
Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance coverage ends 120 days after you leave active duty service. Do you have plans for how you are going to meet your life insurance needs once your SGLI expires? More

Military.com Live at Farnborough
Follow the most famous international air show in the world, Farnborough International July 19 - 25, live with Colin Clark from DoD Buzz on Twitter or Facebook. More

Tuition Assistance Overview: $4,500 Benefit
Armed Forces Tuition Assistance is a benefit paid to eligible members of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard. TA is in addition to your GI Bill Benefits. More

PCS House Hunting Tips
Trying to shop for a house across the country, or even in another country, is a major undertaking. More

AF Seeking to Hire 1,600 Reserves
With 400 new funded billets, the Air Force Reserve Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program is looking to hire 1,600 people by September. More

American Legion Archive Available
The American Legion now offers an archive of past recipients of The American Legion's highest honor, the Distinguished Service Medal. More

Illinois Expands Vet Health Coverage
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has signed a bill into law to expand mental health service coverage for Veterans in Illinois. More

Grants for Student-Vet Centers
AMVETS reports that the Department of Education is accepting applications for grants to commission student-veteran "centers of excellence" on college campuses nationwide. More

The Legion's October Golf Classic
The American Legion's Annual Heroes to Hometowns Golf Classic is set for Oct. 7 near Washington, D.C. More

Veterans Program in Minnesota
The Minnesota Reservist and Veteran Business Loan Program is offering loans of up to $20,000 apiece to recently retired military servicemembers who want to start businesses, including those who are finishing tours in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. More

Vote for the Best Logo
Now that Shelby, N.C., is the official site for The American Legion Baseball World Series, the Shelby's World Series Committee has created a survey that features the design of four logos, but there can only be one winner. More

Museum Spotlight: Fort Eustis MuseumThe U.S. Army Transportation Museum at Fort Eustis, Va. is spotlighting the achievements of The U.S. Army Transportation Agency (White House) with an exhibit showcasing the unit's 100 years of faithful support to the President of the United States. More

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