By Debbie Gregory. Tax time can be hectic for a lot of Americans. Making sure that all of your paperwork is in order, and taking the time to meet with a tax preparer can be a hassle. Paying the preparation fees for in-person or online tax preparations and filings can cause added stress. For military […]
Entries for January, 2014
By Debbie Gregory. The U.S. Army is already making plans to reduce their ranks from 540,000 soldiers down to 490,000 by the end of next year. It is believed that the Army could even shrink to 420,000 by 2019. With the war in Iraq over, and the war in Afghanistan drawing to close, post-war force […]
By Debbie Gregory. Studies conducted by the VA estimate that approximately 22 Veterans commit suicide each day. These numbers are a direct result of Veterans suffering from mental and emotional disorders that include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Veterans who feel hopeless in their struggle tend to resort to suicide. These figures are alarmingly high. […]
By Debbie Gregory. Professional athletes are sometimes compared to warriors. Golden voiced commentators describe the field of play, likening the arenas and stadiums to battlefields, and the players as highly motivated soldiers in armies intent on total domination. No sport is referred to in this manner more than professional football. Athletes who play in the […]
By Debbie Gregory. Vets in Tech (ViT) was established to assist Veterans by aiding their integration into the realm of the tech community. Veterans, who may have been well connected in the military community, often find themselves alone in the civilian world. These veterans may be at a disadvantage because they lack networking contacts that […]
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