Northeastern University Offering Veteran Self Improvement Classes

*SPONSORED Veterans and servicemembers! Improvisation is a skill that translates across all career fields. It strengthens your confidence, your creativity, and your ability to listen as well as respond...quickly. Businesses and organizations are always seeking effective communicators, and this event can help improve your verbal and body language skills. REGISTER HERE Northeastern University will be ...

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Celebrate The Marine Corps 242nd Birthday With These Bada** Shots

…at the front door of crisis and conflict, we possess the finesse, the training and the tools to knock at the door diplomatically, pick the lock skillfully, or kick it in violently.” Today marks the 242nd birthday of the United States Marine Corps. We wish those actively serving and those who have served a very ...

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Victory Media Reviews- Veterans Share Their Story!

Enjoy our video review of the last 15 years of Victory Media's advocacy for veterans. More than 15 years ago, Victory Media’s co-founders celebrated the first day working at a new company and a new mission: to create vital, civilian-produced resources for the approximately 250,000 people leaving the military each year, at no cost to service members ...

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Veterans Know This One Sentiment Better Than Anyone

No matter what uniform you wear, mission comes first. I’ve always said I’d never be that veteran with a back car window rendered opaque with military stickers, or the one always wearing some type of military memorabilia regardless of occasion. So far, I’ve lived up to that promise to myself, though I do have the ...

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TAPS Offers Veterans A Unique Way To Give Back

Before the day arrived, I often wondered what I would feel when I took off my uniform for the last time. When that day finally came, the emotions were complicated – yes, it was a day to celebrate the culmination of my military career, but at the same time, part of me felt like I ...

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What Not To Say To A Veteran On Veterans Day

Early November is a magical time of year. The Halloween decorations are finally starting to be put away and cardboard cutouts of turkeys in Pilgrim hats are taking their place. People begin to stop enjoying the number of unseasonably warm days and start worrying about how hard winter’s going to hit when it finally does. ...

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Alejandro Villanueva Talks Vets, Protests and the New Call of Duty

Activision’s first-person-shooter franchise returned to its roots Nov. 3 with the newest title in its marquee series, Call of Duty: WWII. And as happened with the launch of the first dozen or so COD installments since 2003, this first-person shooter will have a real impact on the U.S. military: In barracks and rec rooms on bases across the ...

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What the Forever GI Bill Means For National Guard, Reserve

For the first time in history, active-duty servicemembers, veterans and their families will be able to use the GI Bill as a lifetime benefit thanks to a new law that provides greater access to education and workforce training.  The Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017 – also known as the ‘Forever GI Bill’ – ...

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Retired Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Killed In Texas Shooting

Retired Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Robert Corrigan and his wife Shani were shot and killed when former airman Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire Nov. 5 at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. They were just two of the 26 parishioners murdered and 20 others wounded by Kelley before he died of a gunshot in ...

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Study Examines Best Cities For Veterans to Live

Whether you’ve served one or two enlistments or are retiring after a lengthy career, the transition back to civilian life isn’t always easy; and where you live and the current job market in that area can have a big impact. At least those are the findings of a new study by WalletHub, which compared 100 of the ...

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