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  • Veterans Health Care Improvements Act Wins Support
  • Deal of the Week: 10% Off Beef Jerky
  • Veterans May Have College Credit
  • Job of the Week: Military Facility Manager, MWH, San Antonio, TX
  • Plight of Severely Wounded Inspire New Initiatives
  • Long-sealed Military Files Made Available
  • Reserve Welcomes Back Former Marines
  • Vietnam Veterans Create New Organization
  • VA Chief Sees Opportunity
  • VA Awards Grants to Veterans Homes
  • Some Ailments More Likely in Veterans of 1st Gulf War
  • Veteran Seeks WWII Army Ranger Memorial
  • GSA Extends Deadline for Vet-owned Firms
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    Veterans Health Care Improvements Act Wins Support
    The Veterans Health Care Improvements Act of 2005 (Senate bill S. 1182) received support last week from U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Jim Nicholson. More

    Deal of the Week: 10% Off Beef Jerky
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    Veterans May Have College Credit
    Over the past few years, the DoD has increasingly encouraged servicemembers and veterans to take advantage of the GI Bill. More

    Job of the Week: Military Facility Manager, MWH, San Antonio, TX
    MWH is a global leader in providing knowledge-driven services. With more than $975 million in revenue, our 6,500 specialists in 36+ countries provide industry-leading solutions to municipalities, government agencies, multinational companies, industrial concerns and military organizations worldwide. More

    Plight of Severely Wounded Inspire New Initiatives
    Servicemembers and veterans severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan have inspired two new initiatives to help them and their families through difficult times. More

    Long-sealed Military Files Made Available
    The National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, MO has opened and made available numerous military records that have not been available before now. More

    Reserve Welcomes Back Former Marines
    According to Major Brandon Shearer, operations officer for the Marine Reserve Career Management Team at Headquarters Marine Corps, former enlisted Marines who pursued commissions in other services and officers who resigned their commissions are being welcomed back. More

    Vietnam Veterans Create New Organization
    The Fleet Reserve Association reports that a group of Vietnam veterans, concerned and frustrated with the lack of public understanding of the Vietnam War and the negative image of those who served there, has embarked on a new mission--to tell the American people the truth about what really happened in Vietnam. More

    VA Chief Sees Opportunity
    The secretary of veterans affairs said on June 3 that where some might see challenges for the department, he sees opportunities. More

    VA Awards Grants to Veterans Homes
    The VA announced on June 8, 2005 several grants that it has awarded to improve veterans homes in five states. More

    Some Ailments More Likely in Veterans of 1st Gulf War
    A detailed comparison of the health of veterans who were deployed to the first Gulf War in 1991 and veterans who served elsewhere has found that the Gulf War veterans are more likely to have chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia syndrome. More

    Veteran Seeks WWII Army Ranger Memorial
    Falls Church, Virginia resident Roger Neighborgall, who fought with the Army's 5th Ranger Battalion at Normandy, France, and in the Battle of the Bulge, is trying to persuade Congress to pass legislation authorizing the placement of a monument in Arlington National Cemetery honoring the veterans who fought in World War II as members of Army Ranger Battalions. More

    GSA Extends Deadline for Vet-owned Firms
    The General Services Administration is giving service-disabled veterans another extension of two weeks to apply for $5 billion in federal contracts. More

    Print and Post This Week's Veterans Report
    This is the complete version of this week's Veterans Report. Print it, circulate it, and make sure your colleagues and friends keep up with the latest military benefits updates. More


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