Monday, January 3, 2011

COLA Drops for Many, Sub Smoking Ban Kicks In and More Military Insider
27 Dec 2010
Smoking Ban Kicks In on Navy Submarines

Smoking Ban Kicks In on Navy Submarines
Starting Jan. 1, one of the liveliest spots aboard most submarines will wither away into the history books. RIP, Smoke Pit. The reason: Testing showed that despite air filtering, there were "unacceptable levels" of secondhand smoke on submerged submarines. Read More


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State Veteran's Benefits
Veterans pursuing their educational goals are usually eligible for "educational assistance for students" in most states. Check out our on-line general summary of educational benefits for veterans and their dependents. Read More


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Featured Discount: Military Deals in 2011
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Featured Job: Veterans Wanted in 2011
Top companies around the nation and overseas are looking for your military experience. Start off 2011 by searching for jobs and careers that leverage your training and experience. Search jobs now. Read More


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Resolution Time -- How Will You Keep Your Family Protected in 2011?
Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance coverage ends 120 days after you leave active-duty service. Do you have plans for how you are going to meet your life insurance needs once your SGLI expires? Read More
Charge May be Dropped in Afghan Civilian Death
An Army investigator looking into the case of Washington state-based Soldiers who are accused of killing three Afghan civilians has recommended dropping a murder charge against the alleged ringleader. Read More
AF Marathon Registration Opens Jan. 1
Air Force Marathon officials announced they will open registration for the 2011 marathon Jan. 1, with special sale pricing for New Year's Day. Read More

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