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McDonald students help vets for holidays

Members of the McDonald High School Student Council wanted to make sure area veterans were not forgotten this holiday season and collected items for care packages being delivered for Christmas.

Senate panel advances $3.4 billion plan to expand benefits for vets’...

For 20 years, Yvonne Riley has cared for her husband, Dave, a medically retired Coast Guard rescue swimmer who became a quadruple amputee after a bacterial infection turned into sepsis two decades ago.

Military surplus material creates fashion empire & jobs for vets

Two sisters have found a way to transform civilian-military perceptions into fashionable accessories.

Many free services, benefits available to Plumas County vets and families

Over in a quiet, roomy office upstairs at the Plumas County Veterans Service Office in the courthouse annex near Feather River College...

Vets train for battle on a new front

With a club beat throbbing through the sound system and heart rates hitting the red zone, the atmosphere at the northeast Minneapolis fitness center seemed hardly the place for discussing provisional patents and minimum viable products.

Veterans boards raise pay; services for vets varies widely by county

The recent decision to nearly double the pay of Greene County veterans service commissioners highlights a long-standing disparity among county veterans agencies, how they operate and how much they aid veterans.

Work begins on $14.3M complex in Minneapolis for chronically homeless vets

Veterans struggling with chronic homelessness will soon have access to new housing as construction got underway on Tuesday on a 100-unit efficiency apartment complex on the campus of the Minneapolis VA Medical Center.

The Department of Veterans affairs has a lot of catching up...

Women can now serve in all military jobs, combat roles included, which means that more and more veterans are going to be female.

West LA Veterans Affairs Campus Unveils Plans To Provide Housing For...

Details of an ambitious plan to revamp the West Los Angeles Veteran Affairs Medical Center were released Thursday, and the revitalization is expected to change lives.

Wreaths for Westford Vets tends to veterans' graves

This Christmas season, 126 wreaths were placed on veterans’ graves to honor the town’s fallen heroes.

Coping with court: Vietnam vets helping younger veterans in trouble

When an individual commits a crime and goes through the court process, they typically face two outcomes freedom or imprisonment.

Veterans in state Legislature work to improve conditions for all vets

Sen. David Knezek, D-Dearborn Heights, and Rep. Tom Barrett, R-Potterville, both took their seats in November 2014, and they’re working hard toward a goal of improving veterans’ affairs here in Michigan.

Tech industry to train, hire 90K military vets

Michelle Obama announced Thursday that the technology industry has promised to hire and train 90,000 military veterans and spouses over the next five years — the latest private-sector commitment to her campaign to help veterans.

vets get help finding work

When Carl Vickers left the Air Force in 2005, he prepared his resume detailing his skills learned as an aerospace ground equipment technician to present to prospective employers.

Cost of Texas education program for vets could rise dramatically

A recent ruling by a federal judge could turn a state program that waives college tuition and fees for military veterans into one of the most expensive in Texas history.

T.J. Breeden helps turn vets' ideas into careers

T.J. Breeden was watching President Barack Obama talk about the country’s debt to veterans on television five years ago.

Straight Talk on Exercise for Diabetic Vets

Exercise is the answer! For both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics exercise will reduce the need for insulin and oral hypoglycemic medications, improve the ability of the body to improve glycemic (sugar) control, and increase the ability to control body weight.

America’s War Vets Forced to “Radicalize”

Feds bringing militarized police units with heavy weapons into hospitals around US. VT has learned agency tasked with helping America’s war vets is expecting outbreak of terrorism.

Kingpins and Cutouts, Aliens and Hybrids

Who is the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain, pulling the strings?

Veterans' jobs program gets an overhaul

Veterans' jobs program gets an overhaul More civilian work training to be offered   WASHINGTON — U.S. combat troops patrol dusty pathways in Afghanistan, look for hidden...

Panetta, Shinseki Discuss More Transition Support for Vets

Ways to help separating service members and veterans prepare for and launch civilian careers topped the agenda during Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta’s visit yesterday with Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki, Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt. John Kirby reported.

Skylla Engineering Renews Commitment to US Military Veterans

Skylla Engineering Knows the Value of Our US Veterans By Randy Miller Since 2004, Skylla Engineering Ltd. has earned the reputation of an elite group of...

Helping Vets Get eHealthy

As VA North Texas Health Care System continues to advance health care, new treatment options are not the only innovations helping veterans and their families.

Pets for Vets

This summer the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC) is celebrating its 11th year of operating “Pets for Vets,” a program designed to provide a pet to Veterans at no cost.

Science and Tech Careers By SRC For Vets

SRC is now offering rewarding careers to US Veterans. They have recently teamed up with Hire Veterans in order to find highly qualified Veterans to help build up their already prestigious company. SRC currently has dozens of jobs offered to Veterans which can be found on Hire Veterans Online Job Board.

USAID Renews Efforts To Attract US Military Veterans

The United States has a long history of extending a helping hand to those people overseas struggling to make a better life, recover from a disaster or striving to live in a free and democratic country. It is this caring that stands as a hallmark of the United States around the world — and shows the world our true character as a nation.

JMARK Offers Technology Careers to US Military Veterans

JMARK Business Solutions has teamed with the nations leading military job board, HireVeterans.com to attract veterans to their work force. By Randy Miller JMARK...

JMARK Offers Technology Careers to US Military Veterans

JMARK Business Solutions, Inc. is a Technology Solutions Provider using products primarily from Cisco, HP and Microsoft. Specializing in Network Care services they provide dedicated solutions that manage any IT network at a fixed monthly rate. JMARK utilizes proactive monitoring and support to assist the client to effectively meet their objectives. They keep their investment in technology as a meaningful part of their business plan by reducing costs associated with service downtime, purchase of equipment and employees training.

New Program Links Wounded Vets With Health Care Jobs

A new program called Hero Health Hire is the health care industry’s commitment to make jobs available to some of the 10,000 wounded warriors who transition each month from the military into the workforce.

Returning Vets Find Purpose on America’s Farms

In 2002 I enlisted in the Marine Corps on an Infantry contract with the thought of making it a career.

HighRes Biosolutions seeks Massachusetts Military Veterans

HighRes Bio solutions Seeks Military Veterans in Massachusetts for Quality Employment By Randy Miller They love automation. They design and build innovative robotic systems and...

Nortrax Invites US Military Veterans to Their WorkForce

Nortrax is North America’s largest John Deere construction and forestry dealer. Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, they are 52 locations strong throughout the eastern and central regions of the United States and Canada.

Nortrax Invites US Military Veterans to Their Workforce

Nortrax has teamed with HireVeterans.com and encourages US Veterans to apply today By Randy Miller Nortrax is North America’s largest John Deere construction and forestry dealer....

Westar Energy Opens Doors for US Military Veterans

Kansas Energy Giant Westar Joins HireVeterans.com and Opens Doors to US Veterans By Randy Miller Every day, 687,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers take Westar...

Westar Energy Invites US Veterans to Their WorkForce

Every day, 687,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers take Westar Energy for granted. They wouldn’t have it any other way.

Sotera Defense Solutions on HireVeterans.com

GTEC UNVEILS NEW CORPORATE NAME & BRANDING - SOTERA DEFENSE SOLUTIONS, INC. Posted by Randy Miller   New Branding Follows Successful Completion of Acquisition by Affiliate of Ares...

U.S. Gas & Electric Invites US Military Veterans to its Work...

U.S. Gas & Electric joins forces with HireVeterans.com to reach out to US Military Veterans. By Randy Miller The energy industry is an exciting sector to...

US Gas & Electric Invites US Miliatry Veterans to it’s Work...

U.S. Gas & Electric joins forces with HireVeterans.com to reach out to US Military Veterans.

Westinghouse Invites US Veterans to Their Work Force

Westinghouse Encourages US Veterans To Apply Today By Randy Miller   It began in the Age of Steam—a 19th century success story that resonates in the 21st...

Union Bank Continues to Offer Careers to US Military Veterans

Diversity is What Union Bank is All About By Randy Miller Headquartered in San Francisco, UnionBanCal Corporation is a financial holding company with assets of...