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President Donald Trump has signed into law a bill introduced by U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) that streamlines the process by which active-duty military members and reservists can obtain their Commercial Driver's Licenses to get future jobs.
Even before Tracy Flanagan married a serial entrepreneur, she’d started picking up the skills to become a business owner. She was working in a legal office developing new systems.
Military Veterans in Manufacturing
Christopher Meek knew on 9/11 that he would one day give back to the people who risk their lives on behalf of other Americans.
Between his stints in the Army and the Army reserves, retired Sgt. Maj. Gregory Coker spent 26 years, nine months and 11 days in service to his country.
Veterans attending the University of Tulsa will soon have a place to hang out, study and get any help they might need.
On Monday, Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-Staten Island) and Assemblyman Michael Cusick (D-Mid-Island) held a joint press conference at the Staten Island Marine Corps League in Sunnyside with Councilman Steven Matteo (R–Mid-Island) and Councilwoman Debi Rose (D–North Shore) to announce that legislation,
Veterans coming back from conflict often struggle with the transition to civilian life. They have higher rates of depression and suicide, and they’re more likely to be unemployed.
After living “in a bush” on and off for the last decade, Army veteran Chris Thomas, 55, is hopeful that he’ll have a proper place of his own to call “home” soon.
Many veterans face a tough time finding work when they re-enter the civilian world. A former Army man himself, Jerry Flanagan started a junk removal franchise to do something about the problema.
Richard Delgado Jr. spent 10 years serving his country in the United States Marine Corps. Even though he's no longer in uniform, he has never stopped serving.
Ten years ago, South Park Inn's inaugural Flag Day ceremony was a modest affair.
America’s disabled veterans answered our country’s call and when their time in uniform is done, our country must stand with them. One of the key issues all veterans face is making the transition to a civilian career, and for veterans who need extra medical attention this can be even more difficult.
As a member of the Seabees, the U.S. Navy’s elite construction battalion, James Turrell spent seven years putting his blood, sweat and building expertise to work all over the world, including stops in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and Fukushima, Japan, following the 2011 nuclear disaster. The work was fulfilling and rewarding – and hard for Turrell to walk away from.
A nonprofit organization in Virginia has designed a potentially beneficial solution to two looming social issues in American society: the aging population of farmers and military veterans looking for new careers.
When an individual commits a crime and goes through the court process, they typically face two outcomes freedom or imprisonment.
Kyle Evans returned from war after two tours in Iraq with a traumatic brain injury, bad back, Purple Heart and Bronze Star. He also had a newborn son and no way to support him.
Telmek LLC is a Support Services company owned and operated by Mike Williams. Mike Williams is a veteran of the United States Armed Forces and his company is registered as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOSB). The purpose of the company was to have a professional team providing quality customer services in a number of areas.