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Date Posted:01/15/19
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CBO Suggests Raising Tricare Fees, Cutting Veteran Benefits to Slash Deficit

Date Posted:01/14/19
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Food Stamp Programs to Remain Available Through February for Troops, Vets

Date Posted:01/10/19
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USAA to Pay $12M to Members After Failing to Stop Unauthorized Electronic Payments

Date Posted:01/10/19
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Disabled Veterans Can Now Fly Space A

Date Posted:01/07/19
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Tricare Survey: Advocacy Group Wants Your Help

Date Posted:01/07/19
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Veterans Can Make Purchases at Exchange

Date Posted:01/03/19
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How is Tricare treating you? Here’s your chance to be heard

Date Posted:01/03/19
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New in 2019: VA’s health care rules will be completely rewritten this year

Date Posted:01/03/19
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These are the GI Bill transfer changes you’ll need to know about in 2019

Date Posted:01/01/19
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5 Things Spouses Should Do in the New Year

Date Posted:12/31/18
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Vets interested in STEM degrees could get more GI Bill money in 2019

Date Posted:12/28/18
This Story Expires on: 03/31/19
How to Get Free Supplies to Ship Care Packages

Date Posted:12/28/18
This Story Expires on: 02/28/19
Tricare to Stop Covering Some Vitamin Supplements

Date Posted:12/24/18
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Tricare Deductibles, Caps Reset Jan. 1

Date Posted:12/24/18
This Story Expires on: 02/28/19
Tricare Expands Ambulance Service Coverage

Date Posted:12/22/18
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South Carolina State Veteran Benefits

Date Posted:12/17/18
This Story Expires on: 03/31/19
Major Veterans Legislation Winding Through Congress

Date Posted:12/13/18
This Story Expires on: 01/31/19
National Guard Birthday

Date Posted:12/13/18
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5 Things Vets Should Never Do at Job Interviews

Date Posted:12/13/18
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How to Find Cheap Military Flights and Baggage Discounts

Date Posted:12/13/18
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As VA works to implement appeals reform, GI Bill problems cast doubts

Date Posted:12/12/18
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W 2s for Military, Retirees, and Civilian Employees Available Soon

Date Posted:12/11/18
This Story Expires on: 04/30/19
Free and Discounted Tax Preparation for Military

Date Posted:12/10/18
This Story Expires on: 03/31/19
VA Makes It Easier to Share Your Health Information with Private Doctors

Date Posted:12/10/18
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Many Tricare Users to See 2019 Enrollment, Fee Increases

Date Posted:12/10/18
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Memorials

Date Posted:12/10/18
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Marine Corps General James Conway and Master Sergeant Blaine Scott. (Photo: Ho Lin, Military.com)

Date Posted:11/21/18
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Everything You Need to Know About Tricare Open Season

Date Posted:11/21/18
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Transitioning to Civilian Life: Navigating the Financial ShiftNo matter why you're leaving the military, a big part of preparing for your civilian lif

Date Posted:11/20/18
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New research could lead to disability benefits for Vietnam veterans with high blood pressure

Date Posted:11/15/18
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New bill would ease GI Bill transfer rules for vets, military families, like never before

Date Posted:05/05/18
This Story Expires on: 09/30/19
Take the VA's New RAMP to a Faster Appeal Decision

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F 22 jets got 587 aircraft to back off in combat surge over Syria


U.S. Air Force F-22s recently completed their first “combat surge” in operations over Syria, and in doing so deterred almost 600 Syria, Iranian and Russian combat aircraft in the crowded skies there, the Pentagon said.

Raptor pilots from the 94th Fighter Squadron out of Joint Base Langley-Eustis completed 590 individual flights, totaling 4,600 flight hours, with 4,250 pounds of ordnance dropped in their deployment to the region in the “first-ever F-22 Raptor combat surge.”

The Pentagon said the F-22s, assigned to the 380th Expeditionary Fighter Wing at Al Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates, “deterred” 587 enemy aircraft in the process, suggesting the jet commands some respect against older, Russian-made models often in operation by Russian and Syrian forces. This surge saw F-22 operations maximized over a three-day period.

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