By Debbie Gregory. If you have never been to Arlington National Cemetery, now you can take a virtual walk through Arlington without ever leaving home. For a little background on Arlington National Cemetery, in May, 1861, a young Union Army officer rushed into the Custis-Lee mansion. “You must pack up all you value immediately and […]
Entries for October, 2013
By Debbie Gregory. One of the biggest incentives that American men & women have for voluntarily enlisting into the military during a time of war is the education benefit. Military and Veteran education benefits have made it possible for approximately one million Military, Veteran and dependent students to attend college over the past four years. […]
By Debbie Gregory. A coach is highly respected as one who leads to victory. A coach can help reach goals. The Veterans Administration has developed a website that will help with managing the troubling symptoms of PTSD. The PTSD Coach Online website is a self-help tool that builds coping and problem-solving skills. Veterans with PTSD […]
By Debbie Gregory. Long-term care costs can add up quickly. Veterans (and also for surviving spouses of deceased Veterans) who need in-home care, or are in a nursing home, may help available to them. The Veterans Administration (VA) has an underused pension benefit called Aid and Attendance. This benefit provides money for those who need […]
By Debbie Gregory. On October 23rd, the I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) was activated during a ceremony at Camp Pendleton, in preparation for an upcoming deployment to Afghanistan in 2014. Brigadier Gen. Daniel D. Yoo, commanding general of I MEF (Fwd), and Sgt. Maj. Douglas E. Berry uncased the unit’s battle colors during the ceremony. […]
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