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  • Chinese Fake Parts 'Flood' US Military: Report

    C-17 Globemaster

    More than a million Chinese counterfeit electronic parts are estimated to be in use in U.S. military aircraft, according to a U.S. Senate report released Monday saying the discovery jeopardizes safety and national security. The Senate Armed Services Committee said its year-long investigation launched by Democratic chairman Carl Levin and ranking Republican John McCain uncovered 1,800 cases of bogus parts, including on the U.S. Air Force's lar... more

  • How to Get Tax Credits for Hiring Veterans

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    2016 update:The IRS has released the guidance and forms that employers can use to claim the newly-expanded tax credit for hiring veterans. The VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011 provided an expanded Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) to businesses that hire eligible unemployed veterans, and for the first time also made the credit available to certain tax-exempt organizations. The WOTC was expanded on December 18, 2015, when President Obama si... more

  • Report Sees Flaws in Case Against Vanishing Marine

    Marine Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun

    RALEIGH, North Carolina -- Prosecutors could have a difficult time proving the desertion case against a Lebanese-born U.S. Marine who vanished from his unit in Iraq a decade ago, according to a military report. The government has a circumstantial case and could have a hard time finding witnesses to testify against 34-year-old Cpl. Wassef Hassoun because the case is so old and many witnesses were Iraqis, the officer who presided over the milit... more

  • Veterans Volunteer to Serve

    Team Rubicon is an international organization of American military veterans who volunteer to serve on disaster and relief missions around the globe. The group is now partnering with the Bureau of Land Management to train firefighters to combat wildfires in Washington and beyond. They've trained a total of 500 veterans for duty over the past two years. For more information and to volunteer, visit the Team Rubicon website. For more veteran job ... more

  • We Don't All Need a Security Clearance


    In spite of what almost everyone will tell you, it will not be the end of the world if you don't keep your security clearance when you transition into the civilian workforce. There are certainly reasons to maintain your security clearance, but they do not apply to every clearance-holding veteran. But how can that be? You've likely been told that employers are going to want to hire you because they can save money if you have a security ... more

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