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Best Veteran Blogs - [ADD THESE ONE BY ONE]

Top 50 Veterans Blogs

Typically we reserve our praise and adulation for former members of the armed forces to one day each year, -- November 11 -- but their contributions to our society deserve recognition on a more frequent basis. This is something that individuals with veterans in the family know well, but many people without loved ones who have served can easily forget to acknowledge this importance.

We've combed the Internet in search of the 50 most outstanding veterans-related sites. They range in focus from the army to the navy, from Iraq vets to those from the Cold War. Click around and salute your favorites.

The Five Best - The Rest of the Best

The Five Best

  1. The Transitioning Veteran. One of the most difficult aspects of providing military service to the country is how to go about one's life on the outside after the tour of duty. Thankfully, TTV has arisen as one of the Internet's zestiest resources on just this dilemma. This site provides the authentic and dynamic opinion of a former veteran himself, "My thoughts on veteran benefits and life after the military." The topics are applicable to those who've served in the Marines, Navy, Coast Guard, or any other branch.
  2. Military Members and Veterans. This blog is devoted to "discussing current military members, veterans, and military personnel. This blog will deal with issues regarding benefits, help, and ways to support our troops and veterans!" Recent features on Pearl Harbor and Afghan translators help to distinguish this blog site via its unique focuses and engaging writing style. A must-read site for anyone interested in the prestige and perils of the military.
  3. What's Really Wrong in America? The zealous, potentially polemic title of this blog immediately clarify it as one of the Web's most personal and passionate military blogs that we found. The blog features a former veteran's "musings on how a middle class American sees what's gone wrong in" his home country. We're not claiming that you'll heartily agree with all of the thoughts and positions he takes on various issues, but one thing's for sure: you will definitely get a kick out of perusing these posts that really are opinion pieces in disguise. An energizing read.
  4. Wounded Times. Thankfully, the harrowing issue of post-traumatic stress disorder, after silently afflicting recently-returned veterans for decades, has received increasingly more attention from both the field of psychology and the media. Capitalizing on the attention to the issue is Wounded Times, which is one of the best sites we located that specifically caters to recent vets and these issues. The site assures readers that they are "not alone" and that PTSD "does not have to win as long as we care enough to learn."
  5. Libertas and Latte. This blog site is a collection of the "rantings and ravings of a disgruntled patriot and coffee slave." The retired paratrooper has discover a new zeal as a "fanatical libertarian" who liberally dispenses his vibrant viewpoints on "National Security, Foreign Policy, Civil Liberties, Politics, Trivial Observations, Family News and various distractions." A fun read for veterans and civilians alike.

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