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Marks Paneth Joins HireVeterans.com!

Marks Paneth allows their people to chart interesting, individual and flexible career paths.

PGAL Joins HireVeterans.com!

PGAL is a pioneer in sustainable design and a practitioner of building information management They have open positions for U.S. veterans today!

USE Credit Union Joins HireVeterans.com!

The Union has available positions for U.S. veterans today. Apply Now!

Office of Military and Veterans Affairs Offers simulation to help faculty...

Western Michigan University is home to many military students. In today’s world, there are many pressures that can lead to emotional distress, depression, substance abuse and more for these students.

Starbucks Hiring Initiatives Reach Out to Military Community, Opportunity Youth and...

On January 29, Starbucks announced plans to hire 10,000 refugees around the world in the 75 countries where it does business over the next five years.

Presence Health Joins HireVeterans.com!

Presence Health is now hiring U.S. Veterans to fill new jobs created by their new growth as a full hospital and healthcare company.

RNDC Joins HireVeterans.com

RNDC, the nation’s second largest beverage alcohol distributor, employs thousands of people who are dedicated.

Acumen, LLC Joins HireVeterans.com!

Acumen, LLC is committed to the improvement of public policy through information management.

DeKalb begins putting military veterans through special court

DeKalb County is launching a court for veterans with substance and mental health issues contributing to their crimes.

Veterans move from military force to workforce with help from start-up...

Walk inside Infinitely Fit, a new gym in San Diego, and you'll find L.J. Eastmead in her element.

Troops, veterans and military families can track down a college scholarship...

'Tis the season for seeking out scholarships, and the Fisher House Foundation has launched a free search tool to help troops, veterans and families get their share of these education-budget boosters.

5 Types of Discounts You Get When You’re Military

Whether you’re a past active-duty Vet or just completing your first day of basic training, you made the decision to serve your country.

How Veterans Continue to Serve Beyond the Military

Right after college, I served in the United States Marine Corps for four years. In Iraq, I led counter-insurgency patrols during the surge in 2007 and then joined a sniper team fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Military veterans translating skills to gain civilian employment

When San Jacinto College student Jacob Eldridge left the U.S. Navy, he knew he was going to have a difficutl time transitioning to the civilian workforce.

AVL Joins Hireveterans.com

Simulation and testing technology company is hiring U.S. veterans today.

FutureCare Joins Hireveterans.com

FutureCare has jobs available for veterans!

EB ramps up focus on hiring, retaining military veterans

For Electric Boat, the hiring of military veterans is anything but an act of charity.

Buffalo State University Joins Hireveterans.com

New York University has available positions today.

Thurston County military veterans will benefit from new service hub

An estimated 32,000 veterans in Thurston County now have a local one-stop shop for crucial services that can raise their quality of life.

'Are you a killer?' The quiet discrimination shutting military veterans out...

Stereotypes about Armed Forces veterans as potentially “mad, bad and sad” are driving an unspoken discrimination against former servicemen and women in the civilian jobs market, according to the Royal British Legion.

Military veterans provide a new competitive advantage for tech companies

Ask any Silicon Valley CEO what some of their biggest challenges are and you likely will hear “finding and retaining great people.”

This Fellowship Is For Military Veterans Launching Tech Startups

There’s a sizable number of veteran-owned businesses in the U.S., but most aren’t tech companies. Now, a startup program, working with a tech accelerator for vets, is trying to change that situation.

Group deploys military veterans to volunteer in Detroit

Dozens of military veterans have come to Detroit to rebuild neglected areas of the financially distressed city.

Military Veterans Can Begin Next Tour of Duty as Travel Franchise...

According to the American Council on Education, approximately 1.5 million service members will be transitioning out of the military in the next three to five years and will be seeking employment opportunities. Owning a home-based franchise provides veterans flexibility to maximize family time while earning a living.

Veterans treatment court in Holyoke praised as help military servers deserve

The veterans treatment court here is society's recognition that often the reason a veteran is facing a judge is because of trauma suffered defending the nation, speakers at a ceremony said Friday.

Workshop helps military veterans interested in the agriculture business

Military veterans looking to get into farming and ranching were able to get more information on the ins and outs of agriculture, as well as receiving federal and state financial assistance at a workshop Saturday in College Station.

Northern Safety Joins Hireveterans.com

Northern Safety may have a position that's right for you!

Military veterans enlist to fight wildfires

It’s a world away from the desert sands of Iraq, but it was still a something of a combat mission on Orcas Island, Monday. Fifty military veterans prepared to do battle with a new enemy: wildfire.

Bill Aims to Give Veterans Credit for Experience in the Military

With around 1.5 million veterans calling the sunshine state home, Florida continues to make its claim as the most veteran friendly state in the country.

Marks Paneth Joins HireVeterans.com!

Marks Paneth allows their people to chart interesting, individual and flexible career paths.

US Military Outclasses Russia in Corruption

In spite of prevailing clichés about corruption in Russia being out of control, the scale of the scourge is of an incomparably larger scale...

Sickening: US Evacuating ISIS/Israeli Military Commanders from Ramadi

Gordon Duff - We have more than strong evidence, we can say "inexorable proof" that the US and Israel are commanding ISIS operations in Iraq. Those who have been ordered to participate in this are not happy about it.

International Military Review – Syria-Iraq battlespace, Dec. 24, 2015

...from SouthFront Over the past six days, Russian warplanes have conducted 302 sorties and hit 1,093 terrorist targets in the provinces of Idlib, Aleppo, Deir...

Russia Destroys Turkish Military Facilities inside Syria

"Jets from the Russian air group in the Syrian Arab Republic have conducted 302 sorties and hit 1,093 targets in the provinces of Idlib, Aleppo, Deir ez-Zor, Hama...

INTERNATIONAL MILITARY REVIEW – Syria-Iraq Battlespace, Dec. 23, 2015

The Russian warplanes destroyed two long convoys of ISIL’s oil tankers in the Homs province.

SouthFront: The Japanese Maritime Self Defense Forces

SouthFront: Analysis & Intelligence is continuing to study the real and potential allies of the Obama administration’s “Pivot to Asia” aimed to oppose China in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.

SouthFront: Russia Defense Report – Dec. 21, 2015

Russian Minister of Defense Sergey Shoygu reported on the situation within his ministry to the Russian Parliament. While did not specify when Russia’s operation in Syria would end.

SouthFront: Poland provokes NATO-Russia nuclear standoff?

...from SouthFront; Text is written by J.Hawk In early December 2015, Poland’s government issued a number of statements concerning the country’s participation in the NATO...

SouthFront: Syria battlespace, Dec. 18, 2015

Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah conduct an encirclement operation on the north of Latakia Governorate against Turkestan Islamic Party and al-Nusra Front forces.

NATO chief misinterpreted Putin’s words on military presence in Ukraine –...

Any allegations of Vladimir Putin acknowledging Russian military presence in Ukraine are “absolutely incorrect,” presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov has told reporters.