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U.S. Marine First Subject in FDA Study for Highly Anticipated IMES System

First Implantable Myoelectric Sensor for Prosthetic Control Brings New Hope to Amputees

STEM Careers for Disabled Veterans

Disabled veterans are one of the most likely groups in the United States to be underemployed. However, National Science Foundation- supported programs specifically designed for this community 130828STEM Careersare encouraging them to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees and careers. 

California Disabled Veteran Business Alliance Expo and Business Matchmaking-Mark Your Calendar for May 13-14, 2013!

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For many of the thousands of returning and current veterans, creating a company to supply goods and services wanted by state and federal government as well as corporate America may be key to a successful return to civilian life.  

The Elite Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Network Illinois Chapter appoints Mike Saltijeral to Vice President!

The Elite Service Disabled Veterans Network“The Elite SDVOB Network is happy to welcome Mike Saltijeral as the new Vice President of the Illinois chapter. Elite is working hard to extend its reach into the veteran business community. Mike has extraordinary business expertise and an exceptional track record in advancing the aims of organizations like Elite.

Craft Kits Help Injured Veteran Rebuild Self-Esteem

WINCHESTER, Calif., December, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In 2001, Debra Eggeman-Steffen joined the military, Help Hospitalized Veteransseeking a better life for her daughter and herself.  She wanted to pursue a career in law enforcement, but early test scores revealed she'd be more fitting as a helicopter mechanic.

The Bob Woodruff Foundation Raises More Than $3 Million To Help Injured Troops And Their Families At Sixth Annual Stand Up For Heroes Benefit

- and Now Joins The #GivingTuesday Initiative

 

Stars Ricky Gervais, John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, Roger Waters and More Helped Bring Attention and Funds for Programs that Assist Injured Servicemen and Women

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University of Phoenix and Wounded Warrior Project to Help Empower Injured Service Members through Education

PHOENIX, Nov. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Department of Defense (Sept.

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