When John and Brittany Curtin got married in 2015, they never dreamed they’d be living where they are today. Continue reading Inside the Specially Adapted Home Wayfair Furnished for a Veteran with a Disability and His Family
Job fairs are a great opportunity to network and be proactive in the employment process. In order to make the most of these opportunities, set realistic expectations for what you hope to achieve. Continue reading Make Your Next Job Fair Be Your Last
Celebrate the 79th anniversary of the first military parachute jump with Fort Bragg during National Airborne Day, Saturday, Aug. 17, from 8 a.m. to noon, at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in downtown Fayetteville, N.C. Continue reading 2019 National Airborne Day celebration
(HOUSTON, TEXAS) – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and multi-GRAMMY Award winning musician Joe Walsh and VetsAid, his national 501(c)3 non-profit veterans organization, announced the lineup and on-sale date for their 3rd annual music festival. Continue reading Joe Walsh Announces Lineup For Vetsaid 2019 In Houston
Landing an extraordinary home loan probably isn’t anyone’s top reason for enlisting in the armed forces, but since the end of World War II more than 22 million active military members and veterans have used Veterans Administration mortgages to achieve home ownership. Continue reading How Can I Get a VA Home Loan?
By Ron Kness
Whether going to school or working for a company, an important component to success is fitting in and feeling like you belong there. Continue reading A Guide to Pursuing an MBA
Thinking about running for office? There’s no better way to “put your money where your mouth is” than by throwing your hat in the ring. Continue reading From One Battlefield to Another: 3 graduate programs for vets interested in politics
Yellow Ribbon schools offer unmatched benefits to military veterans. In fact, they cover the entire cost of tuition. But while there is a lot to be gained, there is also some confusion about how the program exactly works. Continue reading 4 Questions about Yellow Ribbon Schools and Military Benefits
There’s a long history of military slang, probably dating all the way back to when the first people hit each other with sticks and rocks. Continue reading 6 Terms You Won’t Believe Have Military Origins
Interview tips for veterans entering the civilian workforce
Like many other service members leaving active duty service, I found preparing for the civilian workforce frustrating. Crafting your military service into a resume and preparing for an interview is Continue reading How Should I Answer This?