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The Air Force Enlisted Village is dedicated to providing a home to the surviving spouses of those who so faithfully and gallantly served our country. We are open to all surviving spouses of career enlisted Air Force members. Our primary focus is on the indigent surviving spouse who would be forced to live in sub-standard and unsafe conditions if not for the housing we provide. Each of our residents is treated with the full dignity and care they so richly deserve. Other people we serve are: spouses of Airmen who die on active duty, dependent parents of active duty and retired enlisted Airmen, family members of active duty Airmen and retirees during times of natural disasters and the surviving spouses of other enlisted service members from other branches of the military (on a space available basis). Our funding is based on donations. We count on the support of those who share our belief that enlisted surviving spouses deserve a safe, secure home in their senior years.
Air Force Retiree News contains information intended for the use of the Air Force retired military community.
Contains information on Arlington National Cemetery, the only national cemetery administered by the Army.
Serves the veterans of Maine, their dependents and survivors in all matters pertaining to veterans' benefits. It is a bureau of the Department of Defense, Veterans, and Emergency Management with its central office located at Camp Keyes, Augusta, Maine and Field Offices throughout the state.
Provides information on veterans benefits and services, congressional and legislative affairs, public affairs and special events, and hot topics within the VA.
A nationwide network of services, free of charge to all veterans and members of their families, is totally supported by membership dues and contributions from the American public. Not a government agency, the DAV's national organization receives no government funds.
A non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of spinal cord injured, diseased veterans residing primarily in the northeastern United States.
An online resource center including information on membership and veterans resources.
A free service provided by a group of Veterans that assists honorably discharged veterans and their families find second careers when they leave the service.
The HireVetsFirst.gov web site is a portal for veterans and employers. It provides a wide range of information on employment activities, job fairs, laws, etc. It was specifically developed and is maintained to provide comprehensive assistance to separating military personnel and veterans.
Mesothelioma is diagnosed to over 3,000 people each year and it is considered one of the most deadliest forms of cancer in the world. Mesothelioma, in most cases, is caused by exposure to asbestos and it takes over 30 years to develop once exposed. The mesothelioma symptoms site covers an extensive range of topics from the different types of mesothelioma, to the various methods of treatment.
Congressionally chartered veterans organization exclusively for combat wounded veterans.
Designed to provide information on VA's national cemeteries and other burial benefits.
A nonprofit veterans benefit association serving sea service officers enlisted, active duty and beyond.
Provides information, resources and help for trauma survivors, war veterans, family members, friends and therapists.
Mission Statement from the website: To enhance the quality of life for uniformed services enlisted personnel, their families and survivors-including active components, Reserves, and National Guard, and all retirees; to stop the erosion of earned benefits
through our legislative efforts, to maintain our esprit de corps, dedication and patriotism, and to continue our devotion and allegiance to God and Country.
Dedicated to providing the most up to date and accurate information regarding the Names on The Wall in Washington DC. Every effort is made to display the info in the dignified manner that it deserves. This site is not funded by the U.S. Government or any major organizations, it is funded by the public sector.
"Honoring, Preserving, Celebrating America's Enduring Naval Heritage" Honors all who have served in the sea services and perpetuates their heritage, values and traditions.
A Submarine Veterans Website, owned, designed, operated by a private Submarine Veteran family who Dedicate this Submarine Site to "The Lost Boats and Their Crewmen on Eternal Patrol". The goal is for the promotion of historic facts for future generations about the role of Submarines and their Crewmen during World War II. Additional information and facts will include documentation and chronology of Submarine History.
VA Mortgage Center.com specializes in VA loans exclusively. We are experts in helping veterans take full advantage of the benefits they earned through service to our country
Assists Veterans and Active Duty Military personnel nationwide in buying and refinancing homes through the VA Guaranty Program.
Mesothelioma.com provides information for veterans and members of the military community with a focus on mesothelioma cancer, which affects many veterans each year and has no known cure. Also features a blog written for veterans, by a veteran, which provides current veteran health information and news of interest to vets and their families.
The Veterans Assistance Foundation (VAF) is a 501 (c)(3), nonprofit, tax exempt corporation. It was established to operate transitional housing programs for military veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The VAF is comprised of veterans who are nationally recognized as experts on the issues of homelessness among veterans and are dedicated to veterans advocacy.
Contains VA's guide on VA claims and appeals, purpose of this guide is to assist the veteran, dependent or survivor, in presenting claims in the best way possible to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Supports programs to increase awareness of the sacrifices of America's veterans, promotes citizenship education, volunteerism and positive youth programs. Also facilitates aid for veterans and their families in need of medical, rehabilitative, educational and employment services.
Contains an up-to-date, database driven online directory of veterans service organizations, published by an informational service by the Office of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
VeteransWorld.com is a one-stop center for service members and their families. It includes numerous resources – from articles to books and DVDs – on jobs, careers, relocation, spouses, family issues, benefits, health, personal finances, education, retirement, and travel. It also includes a giant online shopping mall.
The VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) National Home for Children is a private, non-profit, residential child care agency providing long and short term residency to children and grandchildren of VFW and Ladies Auxiliary members.
An international humanitarian, advocacy, and educational organization dedicated to assisting the victims of war.
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