Vet Job Pix Remains Mixed


Rick Rogers – Military Headline News



If it’s up to the Senate, troops will be back in the classroom soon.

In recent week the services had stopped paying for education because of budget concerns.

But the Pentagon must restart its tuition assistance programs under a measure just passed by the Senate.

Did they are didn’t they? And which they are you talking about?

There’s apparently no evidence that either side in Syrian conflict has used chemical weapons, according to U.S. officials.

Both the Syrian government and rebel forces have accused the other of using the weapon of mass destruction during the two-year civil war.

The veterans’ job picture remains a mixed bag.

The Bureau of Labor Statics says unemployment for all post 9/11 veterans fell from 12.1 percent to 9.9 percent in the last year.

However, our youngest veterans continue to have a rough go of it. Nearly 1 in 5 is unemployed and some think the figure is much higher than that.



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Rick Rogers is a defense reporter based in San Diego.