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The government spends a lot of money to send military men to school. There are funds allocated for the higher education of our men in uniform.
Aside from these steps, you need to figure out a system for paying suppliers, and even a payroll system for your employees.
Serving your country and getting honorably discharged provide you with some benefits that will only be available to you and your co-veterans.
Once you’re convinced how beneficial foldable wheelchairs are, take your time to scout for options
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), the leading Post-9/11 veterans organization representing more than 400,000 members...
UPS is assisting the Veterans Village of San Diego by providing full time jobs to a few previously homeless veterans.
Month after month, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that U.S. veterans are doing better than non-veterans in the job market.
On Saturday, local boy scouts gave back, in a unique way, to a Vietnam veteran whose home sustained substantial damage from the Aug. 24, 2016 tornadoes.
Before I researched why the post-Vietnam generation of Veterans were not joining Veteran Service Organizations (VSO), I asked myself, “Why wouldn’t veterans want to be around other veterans?”
Ernesto Rodriguez is spending the holidays in Dallas. Donning cargo pants, a t-shirt, and a desert scarf hanging loosely around his neck, he makes his way through downtown.
Daemen College has received a $10,000 grant from America’s Warrior Partnership Community Integration to support the college’s services and programs for student veterans.
Veterans attending the University of Tulsa will soon have a place to hang out, study and get any help they might need.
Homelessness continues to be a huge problem in Southern California, but Riverside County says that they've managed to reach "functional zero" veteran homelessness.
Hamilton County has hired its first-ever veteran services officer to assist the county's vets with benefit claims and other needs.
One of the first contractors hired for the construction of Syracuse University’s planned National Veterans Resource Complex is a former United States Marine.
It was 2005 when then-active Army Lt. Colonel Kerry Reyna watched as every employee on the tarmac of her Southwest Airlines flight stopped to recognize the flag-draped casket carrying her father.
A Houston company that makes it part of their business strategy to hire veterans will receive the DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Small Employer of the Year Award Aug. 1 during the 95th DAV National Convention in Atlanta.
A network of veteran small business incubators is launching a 12-city tour to help veteran entrepreneurs develop their ideas.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is facing scrutiny this week after questions emerged over what happened to millions of dollars he allegedly raised for veterans at a fundraiser in January.
After serving in the Navy for six years and traveling around the world, Thomas Lawson found a home with other veterans at Cal State LA. The 28-year-old Lawson will be graduating in June with a Bachelor of Science in business administration.
“One of my priorities is that veterans not just have a job, but they have choices.”
When veterans return home from war they can suffer from physical injuries or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and one of the biggest fights can be getting the help they need.
Justin Morin knows how Iraq changed the lives of those who served and fought there.
Yancey Farrington survived six years on the battlefields of Kuwait and Afghanistan. Now he’s dying in his walkup in the Bronx.
In 2007, Bobby Henline survived a devastating explosion that killed the rest of the men in his Army vehicle in Iraq and burned more than 38 percent of his body.
State leaders gathered Wednesday for the annual Veterans Day at the Capitol to discuss issues affecting Iowa veterans.
Serving the public is in John Emswiler's DNA. A retired army veteran, he's now the police chief in Denison, Iowa. For purposes of this story, he's just John, one of the driving forces behind "Moving Veterans Forward."
A Giles County veteran who lives more than 40 miles from the Salem VA Medical Center could see a doctor closer to home if only he could find one willing to participate in the Veterans Choice Program.
Tennessee is leading the nation in addressing unemployment among military veterans, officials said Monday at a Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce event in Murfreesboro.
After decades of neglect of L.A.'s homeless veterans, federal, state and local officials are pulling together to try to get them off the street by the end of the year.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said Monday that wait times for Nevada veterans who have filed benefit claims with the Veterans Administration have improved significantly but remain one of the longest in the nation.
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