As part of our mission to fight for the concerns of America's service men and women on Capitol Hill, the Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) is conducting an online survey to determine which military and veterans' benefits are most important to active duty and Reserve personnel, retirees, veterans and their families. The brief survey asks current and former members of the uniformed services and their spouses to rate the importance of various benefits and quality-of-life programs associated with their service to our nation. FRA shares the survey results with elected officials on Capitol Hill, key committee staff, and leaders within the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs -- ensuring these crucial decision-makers understand your perspective. Visit www.fra.org/survey to let FRA know which military and veteran benefits are most important to you.
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