Sunday, December 26, 2010

Veterans Report: GI Bill Improvement Passed, CIA Seeks Court Claims Dismissal, and More



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  • GI Bill Improvement Act Passes


  • Deal of the Week: Gifts of the Season


  • CIA Seeks to Have Court Dismiss Claims


  • Plain Talk About Your Benefits


  • College Credit for Military Experience


  • Military.com: 10 Years of Service


  • Use Your GI Bill Before It Expires


  • Navy Mutual Offers $1M of Coverage

  • Featured Job: Veteran Job Board


  • Vet Tuition Program in Ohio


  • Wounded Warrior Reintegration Studies

  • Homes for Vets in Long Island


  • Vet History Exhibit in Nashville


  • Patriot Express Program Extended


  • Air Force Rescue Documentary


  • Monument Offers Breathtaking Views


  • New Flag Website Launched


  • New Vet Park for North Carolina


  • GI Film Festival Entries


  • Study Looks at Smoking and PTSD


  • Homeless Vet Forum Held


  • Print and Post This Week's Veterans Report

  • Headline Military News


    GI Bill Improvement Act Passes
    A bill to improve educational assistance for those who served in the Armed Forces after September 11, 2001 has been passed in Congress. More


    Deal of the Week: Gifts of the Season
    Military.com's Discount center brings all the best military-only/friendly savings together all in one place. More

    CIA Seeks to Have Court Dismiss Claims
    The Central Intelligence Agency will argue on January 13 for dismissal of Vietnam veterans' claims that the CIA must provide them with information about the health effects of chemicals used on them during Cold War-era human experiments. More


    Plain Talk About Your Benefits
    "The Military Advantage, 2010 Edition: The Military.com Guide to Military and Veteran Benefits" is a plain-English guide on understanding your military benefits. More


    College Credit for Military Experience
    Many schools and colleges award military students credit towards a degree based on training, coursework, and occupational specialty. More

    Military.com: 10 Years of Service
    Military.com is celebrating its tenth anniversary by saluting the military community. More

    Use Your GI Bill Before It Expires
    Get more than $51,000 for school. More

    Navy Mutual Offers $1M of Coverage
    Did you know Navy Mutual now offers up to $1,000,000 of coverage? More

    Featured Job: Veteran Job Board
    Find employers looking for military experience on the largest veteran job board in the world. Start searching for a new opportunity now. More

    Vet Tuition Program in Ohio
    The GI Promise offers in-state tuition to veterans with one year of service. More

    Wounded Warrior Reintegration Studies
    Participants at a conference shared the latest approaches in care focused on polytrauma and related issues such as limb loss, traumatic brain injury, and PTSD. More

    Homes for Vets in Long Island
    Veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan can apply to have a home built for them. More

    Vet History Exhibit in Nashville
    The Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville has a new free exhibit commemorating Tennessee's veterans. More

    Patriot Express Program Extended
    A loan program that helps veterans start new businesses has been extended. More

    Air Force Rescue Documentary
    Air Force Reserve combat search and rescue Airmen are featured in a newly released documentary titled, "The Taliban Gambit." More

    Monument Offers Breathtaking Views
    Active-duty servicemembers and families can enjoy a day of hiking through nature, seeing the sights and exploring history for free, in a national monument in San Diego. More

    New Flag Website Launched
    Want to keep up with all news about our nation's flag and a possible flag amendment? A revamped site has the answers. More

    New Vet Park for North Carolina
    When the North Carolina Veterans Park opens in Fayetteville, N.C. on Independence Day, July 4, 2011, impressions and casts of hands from across the state will greet visitors. More

    GI Film Festival Entries
    The festival accepts documentaries and narratives, in all categories and of all lengths, that "honor the successes and sacrifices of American GIs." More

    Study Looks at Smoking and PTSD
    Smoking cessation treatment that is made part of mental health care for veterans with post traumatic stress disorder improves quit rates, according to a Department of Veterans Affairs study. More

    Homeless Vet Forum Held
    The forum addressed increased access to stable and affordable housing, expanding economic security, improved health care and changes to the nation's system for dealing with homelessness. More


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