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Mail delays have prompted the Department of Veterans Affairs to extend some response times. (Courtesy of House.gov)

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Master Class: Spouse

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Veterans have a choice

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Biden closes Veterans Month by signing a series of VA reform measures

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Can military commissaries help you fight food inflation?

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Tips for Handling Job Rejection

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VA resumes collection of debts from benefits overpayments, medical co pays

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Veterans Looking for VA Benefits Help Might Need to Create a New Login Soon

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Spouses could more easily transfer professional licenses after PCS, under House plan

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Ralph H. Johnson VA Health Care System

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The Military Spouse Licensure Battle: A Resource Guide

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VA Extends Disability Deadline for Gulf War Vets

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All GI Bill Users Soon Will Be Required to Contact the VA Each Month to Receive Payment

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Retirees to Pay More for Tricare Enrollment While Pharmacy Copays Rise for All in 2022

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OPM temporarily drops relocation requirements for special military spouse hiring

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Veterans, Gold Star Families get free entrance to national parks, refuges, other public lands

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Change to Law Makes It Easier for Service Members to Get Out of a Lease

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Tricare Rates Increasing in 2022 for Reservists, Young Adults, Others

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How to Get Your COVID 19 Shot Record Online from the VA

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Veterans Can Be Reimbursed for Travel to Medical Appointments

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Navy announces freeze in diversity and inclusion training

The Department of the Navy is freezing diversity and inclusion training for sailors and Marines, a move that comes after an executive order was signed in September barring the armed services from conducting training suggesting the United States is “fundamentally racist.”

According to an ALNAV message released this month, the Department of the Navy will “suspend all civilian and military personnel training relating to diversity and inclusion.” In order for training for military personnel to restart, the Navy and Marine Corps must receive a stamp of approval from the assistant secretary of the Navy for Manpower and Reserve Affairs after submitting proposals for training certification.

That will require the Navy and the Marine Corps to provide information including the course name, whether the course is mandatory or not, along with a course description, syllabus, and “agenda” and other pertinent information.

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