A unique feature of the Iraq and Afghanistan deployments is that many U.S. military personnel were attacked while driving. VA clinicians are aware that many of these returnees now face challenges in daily driving back in the US. Furthermore, actuarial data recently released by USAA, the major insurer of active and retired military personnel, have […]
Entries for May, 2012
The Continuing Cost of Conflict by Megan Hazle, Communications Liasion, CIR MaryAnn Frattarole, Director of Marketing, USC Telehealth The sacrifice of our servicemembers is great, but not borne by them alone. Standing alongside our heroes in uniform are the heroes at home – their spouses, children, and families who also give and sacrifice and bear […]
The 2012 Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the U.S. 41st General Conference & Expo is the place for military personnel / families and industry to converge, share ideas, network with professional peers, learn about today’s trends affecting our military community and have a little fun too. Long Beach, CA is honored to host […]
Finding a Better Way – Where’s the Truck? by Beth Steinke find•ing/ˈfīndiNG/ (from Google) Noun: 1) The action of finding someone or something: “the finding of numerous dead rats”. 2) A conclusion reached as a result of an inquiry, investigation, or trial. It is the courageous act of making today better than yesterday that has […]
What To Look For At Veteran Schools Regardless of what veteran school, veteran college, veteran university, veteran trade school, veteran vocational school or Veteran certificate program you choose, is right for you, there are some things to consider. There are a few aspects to look for that will make your transition from military to Veteran […]
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