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-------------------------------- 27 MARCH 2006-------------------------------------------
  • SSLA Hosts Leadership Symposium
  • Deal of the Week: Choice Hotels Offer
  • Chairman Seeks Improved GI Benefit
  • How the Montgomery GI Bill Works for You
  • Committee to Advise on Genomic Medicine
  • Featured Job: Transportation Security Officer
  • Group Plays Taps at Veterans' Funerals
  • Pearl Harbor Survivors Reunion in December
  • VA and DoD Step Up Collaboration
  • VA Awards Grants to Minnesota Veterans Homes
  • VA Benefits Fair Coming in South Dakota
  • VA Outreach Technicians Aid Veterans
  • VA to Upgrade San Francisco Facility
  • DD 214 Requests Now Online
  • Print and Post This Week's Veterans Report
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    SSLA Hosts Leadership Symposium
    The SSLA is hosting a women's leadership symposium at the National Defense University on June 21-22, 2006. Servicemembers of all ranks and services are invited to attend the symposium. More

    Deal of the Week: Choice Hotels Offer
    Stay two separate times and get a free night at over 1,000 hotels with the Choice Privileges rewards program. More

    Chairman Seeks Improved GI Benefit
    With the goal to modernize the GI Bill, the chairman of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, Steve Buyer, heard testimony recently from representatives of the National Guard and Reserves on education benefits for the total military force. More

    How the Montgomery GI Bill Works for You
    If you are qualified for the Montgomery GI Bill and you have completed at least two years active duty, your total benefits could be worth over $37,000. More

    Committee to Advise on Genomic Medicine
    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has formed a committee of internationally recognized scientists and veterans' advocates to advise the Department on emerging issues in genomic medicine. More

    Featured Job: Transportation Security Officer
    Want a career in the aviation security field that provides you the opportunity to defend and protect your country? More

    Group Plays Taps at Veterans' Funerals
    Bugles Across America is a group of thousands of horn players who volunteer their time to play "Taps" at veterans' funerals. More

    Pearl Harbor Survivors Reunion in December
    The Pearl Harbor Survivors Association will be holding their 65th annual reunion and convention December 4-8, 2006 in Honolulu, Hawaii. More

    VA and DoD Step Up Collaboration
    VA and the Department of Defense (DoD) showed the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs recently long-sought progress in achieving a capability to fully share electronic patient records. More

    VA Awards Grants to Minnesota Veterans Homes
    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is providing $12.5 million in grant money for improvements to two state veterans homes in Minnesota. More

    VA Benefits Fair Coming in South Dakota
    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Dakotas Regional Office and South Dakota's VA Medical Centers are holding a Veterans Compensation and Benefits Fair April 25-27 at the Rosebud Vet Center. More

    VA Outreach Technicians Aid Veterans
    About 100 veterans of the global war on terror were hired recently by VA's Readjustment Counseling Service to reach out to men and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. More

    VA to Upgrade San Francisco Facility
    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is targeting more than $35 million dollars for major improvements to the San Francisco VA Medical Center. More

    DD 214 Requests Now Online
    The National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) has provided the following website for veterans to submit requests for their DD-214 online. 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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