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The National Women Veterans Summit hosts forums and networking opportunities for women veterans to learn more about starting their own business.


Entrepreneurial opportunities for women veterans

With a proud history in the military and many outreach programs available, women veterans have many promising entrepreneurial opportunities awaiting them when they finish their service to our country. read more »

Pursuing a college degree provides veterans with a chance to expand their current skill set.


The top military-friendly universities

With so many options to choose from, military personnel should have no trouble finding the college or university that best suits their needs. read more »

A strict workout routine can replace the lack of structure veterans feel after the end of active service.


Gyms teaming up with veterans to aid in the transition to civilian life

The structure provided by a regimented gym schedule can help ease the shift to civilian life for veterans. read more »

It's hoped this technology can eventually be used by first responders of every stripe.


NASA tech could help keep first responders safe

New tech developed by NASA has the potential to save the lives of first responders and other professionals working in dangerous environments. read more »

For 70 years, AFBA has been committed to providing low-cost military life insurance benefits.


Armed Forces Benefit Association (AFBA) celebrates 70 years of dedicated service.

AFBA is proud to announce our 70 year anniversary.  read more »

After active duty service members finish their stints, The American Legion is there to help them re-enter society.


Celebrating The American Legion's Birthday

During the nearly 100 years since its founding, The American Legion has not only made it their mission to ensure the well being of veterans, it's also made significant contributions to American society as a whole. read more »

Using a strategic approach, women owned small businesses can better obtain government contracts.


4 tips for women owned small businesses seeking to secure a government contract

In an effort to boost the chances of women owned small businesses procuring a government contract, consider these simple and easy tips. read more »

Louisiana community colleges and technical schools will streamline the admissions process for active duty soldiers.


Louisiana makes it easier for active duty service members to transfer to college

With programs like the one in Louisiana offering assistance and a more seamless transition from the barracks to the campus, servicemen and women have greater opportunities for life after discharge. read more »

For President's Day, we take a look at the 26 Commanders in Chief who were veterans.


Which US presidents have been veterans?

With more than half of the presidents having served our country in the armed forces, it's important to remember the sacrifices they made as well as the ones made everyday by our brave servicemen and woman this President's Day. read more »

First responders and their surviving family are now eligible for property tax exemptions in Florida and Virginia.


Voters in 2 states approve property tax exemptions for first responders

In a show of dedication to their efforts, two states have recently passed amendments that reduce the tax burden for first responders and their families. read more »

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