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Date Posted:09/29/20
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New Military Times installation Guide 2020

Date Posted:09/29/20
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Military Retirees and Families Are Getting an Extension on ID Card Renewals

Date Posted:09/29/20
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7 Big Career Mistakes to Avoid After Service

Date Posted:09/16/20
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Another state adds online absentee voting option for military and overseas U.S. citizens

Date Posted:09/15/20
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The top 50 most popular schools for Tuition Assistance

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Finish Strong! Four Questions to Ask About Your Prospective University

Date Posted:09/08/20
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These 5 Military Hospitals Will Support COVID 19 Vaccine Trials

Date Posted:09/01/20
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For 1st Time in 3 Decades, Military Families and Retirees Are Getting Revamped IDs

Date Posted:09/01/20
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Tricare for College Students: How Long Can Children Remain on Your Tricare Policy?

Date Posted:09/01/20
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Going Back to School? Here's the 2020 GI Bill Rates

Date Posted:09/01/20
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Services Specially Tailored for Female Veterans

Date Posted:08/28/20
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More Veterans and Troops Injured in Service Could Get Cash Under Expanded Program

Date Posted:08/28/20
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Bypassing Pentagon Pleas, Lawmakers Say Military Health System Reforms Will 'Stay the Course'

Date Posted:08/28/20
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Set your sights on success.

Date Posted:08/28/20
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Key Documents You Need to Take With You in an Emergency

Date Posted:08/19/20
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More Veterans and Troops Injured in Service Could Get Cash Under Expanded Program

Date Posted:08/19/20
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New Best for Vets: Employers rankings for 2020

Date Posted:08/17/20
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What Does the President's Payroll Tax Announcement Mean for Military?

Date Posted:08/17/20
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4 Smart Degrees Veterans Should Consider

Date Posted:08/14/20
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More dental and vision insurance plans to be offered for 2021 open season

Date Posted:08/14/20
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New app connects military community to what they need on Army garrisons

Date Posted:08/12/20
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Here Are the 2 Veteran Supporting Bills President Trump Just Signed into Law

Date Posted:08/12/20
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Plan for Medal of Honor Monument in DC Gets Senate Boost

Date Posted:08/12/20
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Air Force Assesses Education Quality, License Portability Near USAF Installations

Date Posted:08/12/20
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Here's How Caregivers of Disabled Veterans Can Get Time Off

Date Posted:08/12/20
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How to Find Your Old Military Buddies After You Get Out

Date Posted:08/03/20
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Veterans, what’s your experience with your education benefits? The VA wants to know.

Date Posted:08/03/20
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VA Caregiver Program Opens to Eligible WWII, Korea and Vietnam Vets

Date Posted:07/31/20
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Caregivers stipends set to expand to Vietnam veterans, older generations this fall

Date Posted:07/20/20
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Mailing Packages Overseas? New Rules Starting Soon

Date Posted:07/20/20
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What It Means to Be a 'Protected Veteran' on a Job Application

Date Posted:06/17/20
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Can Military Retirees Make Political Statements?

Date Posted:02/08/20
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Here’s your friendly election year reminder to stay away from politics while in uniform

7 Affordable Ideas for Military Care Packages

March 22 Luncheon Meeting

Military Star Card Questions & Answers

US Air Force Museum to Mark 75th Anniversary of Japan Raid

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US commemorates 9/11 as its aftermath extends and evolves

NEW YORK — Americans are commemorating 9/11 with mournful ceremonies, volunteering, appeals to “never forget” and rising attention to the terror attacks’ extended toll on responders.

A crowd of victims’ relatives is expected at ground zero Wednesday, while President Donald Trump is scheduled to join an observance at the Pentagon. Vice President Mike Pence is to speak at the third attack site, near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Eighteen years after the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil, the nation is still grappling with the aftermath at ground zero, in Congress and beyond. The attacks’ aftermath is visible from airport security checkpoints to Afghanistan, where a post-9/11 invasion has become America’s longest war. U.S. peace talks with Taliban insurgents collapsed in recent days.

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