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Honoring Our Fallen

The mission of Honoring Our Fallen is to assist Family members of Fallen Heroes during the initial shock of notification.

The American Council for Education’s GI Bill website

The American Council for Education – the national organization for accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities and higher education associations within the United States – GI Bill site includes step by step guides determining your eligibility, calculating your benefits and much more.

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Transition Center (

Transitioning back to civilian life can be a challenge in many ways, some predictable, some not.'s Transition Center helps veterans make the most out of their military experience in the civilian world.


The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) pension exists to help financially disadvantaged wartime Veterans and their survivors.

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The Pentagon Used to Hook Everything To The Internet.

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Once upon a time, very smart people in the Pentagon believed that connecting sensitive networks, expensive equipment, and powerful weapons to the open Internet was a swell idea. This ubiquitous connectivity among devices and objects — what we now call the Internet of Things — would allow them to collect performance data to help design new weapons, monitor equipment remotely, and realize myriad other benefits. The risks were less assiduously catalogued.

That strategy has spread huge vulnerabilities across the Defense Department, its networks, and much of what the defense industry has spent the last several decades creating.

“We are trying to overcome decades of a thought process…where we assumed that the development of our weapon systems that external interfaces, if you will, with the outside world were not something to be overly concerned with,” Adm. Michael Rogers, the commander of Cyber Command, told the Senate Armed Services Committee today. “They represented opportunity for us to remotely monitor activity, to generate data as to how aircraft, for example, or ships' hulls were doing in different sea states around the world. [These are] all positives if you're trying to develop the next generation of cruiser [or] destroyer for the Navy.”

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Unauthorized Wells Fargo Accounts

Wells Fargo CEO & Chair John Stumpf appeared before the House Financial Services Committee apologizing for the sales practices of his company which involved the creation of an estimated 2 million fraudulent accounts without customers' permission. He provided an update on new actions being taken by his company including expanding its review of accounts and eliminating product sales goals for retail bank team members. Committee members harshly questioned Mr. Stumpf about the termination of over 5,000 Wells Fargo employees nationwide and repeatedly urged him to step down. Wells Fargo reached a settlement with federal officials in which they agreed to pay $185 million in fines. In addition, Mr. Stumpf has forfeited $41 million in stock awards.

Conflict in Syria

Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken testified at a hearing about the regional impact of the ongoing Syrian conflict. Senators asked about strained relations with Russia resulting from a failed ceasefire agreement, Russia's support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, growing humanitarian challenges, and the continuing fight against ISIS.* Other topics included the Obama administration's contingency plans for potential conflict outcomes and the various state and non-state actors involved. * The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), or DAISH/DAESH in Arabic is a militant group that has called itself the Islamic State.

Refugee Resettlement

Administration officials testified before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration & the National Interest about their Fiscal Year 2017 Refugee Resttlement Program. They touched on the vetting and screening process for refugess, as well as answered questions on the potential of terrorists from the Middle East taking advantage of the refugee program.

North Korea Threat

State Department officials testified before a Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee hearing on the U.S. response to North Korea's nuclear program. Witnesses included Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel and State Department sanctions policy coordinator Daniel Fried. They discussed recent sanctions imposed on North Korea and Chinese financial institutions along with the role of China in the region. North Korea conducted its fifth underground nuclear test on September 9, 2016.

John Kerry Calls Bombing of Aleppo Beyond the Pale'

Fighting in the Syrian city has led to a devastating, and worsening, humanitarian crisis.

U.S. Army Racing to Catch Up to Russia On Battle Drones

After watching UAVs dominate eastern Ukrainian skies, the service is seeking counter-drone tech and new families of flying robots.

CIA Director Calls 9/11 Legislation 'Badly Misguided'

Congress delivered a historic rebuke to the administration on Wednesday by overriding Obama's veto.

Millennial Perspective on Federal Employment

Local Law Enforcement and Terrorist Attacks

Local law enforcement officials from around the country appeared before the House Homeland Security Committee to talk about their counterterrorism efforts. Witnesses, who included New York City Police Department deputy commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism and the sheriff of Orange County, Florida, described their forces' recent experiences with terrorist acts. They talked about lessons learned, state and federal cooperation, intelligence information sharing, and what more they need to be better prepared for potential future terror-related emergency events.

Federal Reserve Regulatory Oversight

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testified at a hearing on the central bank's oversight responsibilities for the nation's financial institutions. She talked about the proposed changes being considered for the annual stress tests given to banks and the Fed's role in seeing that U.S. lenders are complying with banking rules following the Wells Fargo scandal in which as many as 2 million unauthorized customer accounts were opened.

IRS Forms Show Charity's Money Isn't Going To Disabled Vets

By David Fitzpatrick and Drew Griffin, CNN Special Investigations Unit

Birmingham, Alabama-- A national charity that vows to help disabled veterans and their families has spent tens of millions on marketing services, all the while doling out massive amounts of candy, hand sanitizer bottles and many other unnecessary items to veteran aid groups, according to a CNN investigation.

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Brain Injury Resource Center

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Operation Boots to Business Program turns veterans into entrepreneurs

The U. S. Small Business Administration has numerous programs designed to support military veterans, like loans and classes to help them make the transition back into civilian life.

The SBA announced the activation of Operation Boots to Business July 12. The program gives veterans access to valuable resources to help them accomplish their dreams of starting and operating small businesses.

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Veterans Radio Arlington replay

Veterans Radio Arlington replay
Veterans Radio Arlington replay
Recorded live on May 26, 2012 7:59am CST

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Occupational Therapy Team helps Wounded Warriors

In a deployed environment servicemembers are subject to risks such as post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury. Cases vary in severity but some can be treated in theater allowing servicemembers to return to duty. The Occupational Therapy Team is just one of the specialized groups that work together to help the wounded warriors.

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Apps Designed to Help Wounded Warriors

Handheld technology helping to heal the invisible scars of war.

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Effects of Deployment on Military Children

Behavioral experts Anita Chandra, behavioral scientist, RAND Corp. and Leonard Wong, research professor, Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, testified about the effects of deployment on children from military families.

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How to Apply for VA Healthcare Online

How to Apply for VA Healthcare Online

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VA News this week - October 8 2012

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October 8, 2012

Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs

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Get VA Benefits Information Through eBenefits

e-Benefits offers Veterans a "one-stop shopping" experience to quickly pull up all of their VA benefits information, which provides them with easy access to the many benefits and services they've earned.

eBenefits is a portal; a central location for Veterans, Service Members, and their families to research, find, access, and, in time, manage their benefits and personal information.

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