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What You Need To Know About Veteran Benefits

All About U.S. Veteran Benefits The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is a government-run military veteran advantage system with Cabinet-level status. It is administered by the United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs. History The Continental Congress of 1776 encouraged enlistments during the Revolutionary War providing retirement benefits for soldiers who were disabled. Direct…

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Considering the Military? What You Need To Know…

What to Consider When Joining the Military Considering joining the military? Indeed, you presumably have given it a lot of thought and come up with a lot of questions. If you are like most people, though, the minute you stroll in to talk with a recruiter, you won't be able to recollect any of them.…

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Life After The Military: Getting a Job

Employers + Veterans = A Good Match Perhaps your business has considered hiring veterans. Many have, but there are reasons many businesses haven’t jumped the gun on this hiring option. One reason is that they don’t know where to find qualified veterans. Another reason is that employers aren’t sure if veterans’ skills will translate smoothing…

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The 3 Most Bravest Jobs In The Navy

Want a bold and daring military career that could benefit you for the rest of your life. Choosing a daring and fulfilling Navy career when you sign up is important because it can help mold the career path you take after your time in the military comes to a close. No matter which career you…

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Top Companies That Hire Navy Veterans

Navy members returning to the civilian workforce after their service and veterans that have been out longer face many challenges and obstacles. While all people that leave the armed forces do so with unique skills and experiences, it isn’t always easy for returning troops to find their niche in the workplace. So, we thought about…

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Navy SEAL Forces Play Pertinent Role in Afghanistan Security

President Obama, not to mention Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, has promised to scale back forces in Afghanistan so that country's forces can take over its own security needs. Scaling back forces, however, doesn't mean leaving the country undefended from Taliban troops. In fact, Navy SEAL forces will continue to play an important role in…

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Navy SEALs Killed in Libya Attack

The United States government revealed in September that two Navy SEALs were killed in an attack on the US Consulate in Libya. The SEALs were identified as Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty. The attack also resulted in the deaths of Sean Smith, an information management officer for the State Department, and Chris Stevens, the US…

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Navy SEALs Retirement

The Navy SEALs receive a generous retirement just like any other military retirement plan from other branches of the military. As soon as a SEAL joins the Navy, they start to build toward their Navy SEAL retirement. The SEALs receive the same military benefits as other Navy personnel, but may notice a higher monthly disbursement amount…

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Navy Seal Sniper Instructor Offers Self Defense Tips

The recent shooting at a Colorado movie theater has more people talking about getting guns to protect themselves.  Former Navy Seal Sniper Instructor, Brandon Webb, reported to the CantonRep.com that having a gun is not going to give people the training necessary to make a head shot in low light situations.  In the case of…

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General Navy SEALs Questions and Answers

Joining the Navy SEALs is no easy task. Not only do you have to become part of the Navy, but from there you must qualify to join this special unit. On top of this, Navy SEALs training is well known to be among the most difficult of all military Special Forces. Click here for more…

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