All honorably discharged veterans of every era will be able to get a photo identification card from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) starting in November due to a law passed in 2015. The law orders the VA to issue a hard-copy photo ID to any honorably discharged veteran who applies. The card must contain the veteran's name, photo and a non-Social Security identification number. Veterans may apply for the card online, but a timeline for how long it will take to receive a card after application has not been finalized. For more information, read the article Military.com.
Military Report: The Hot List
Most Popular Benefits Articles
Although help is available, beginning an agricultural career can be daunting. This group can help you pull it all together.
Now it's easier to do that last-minute gift shopping.
The plan, for active duty and reserve dependents, is giving policyholders a break
The program is part of the VA's whole health approach to care.
Women were first able to serve as permanent, regular members of the services in 1948.