Tag Archives: Veterans Affairs

Quitting smoking became a common pastime for this service member, but it eventually stuck once he was able to figure out what worked for him.
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A new tool protects military family members and veterans against unfair practice at educational institutions.
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The first step in suicide prevention is knowing your Airmen. The ability to sense something is wrong may make the difference in someone’s life.
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Planning on transferring your Post 9/11 G.I. Bill benefits? Check this video out. Transferring benefits is easier than you think.
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A program called inTransition supports military members and their families undergoing a change of status, relocation, or return to civilian life.
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