It’s no surprise that women serving in the Armed Forces are taking more roles once reserved for their male counterparts. A 2005 Gallup poll indicates that Americans, particularly younger ones, favor
More than one million Armed Forces personnel are expected to return to the U.S. in the next five years. Team discipline and ability to follow instructions are common denominators in both the military
For some veterans, the private sector may not provide the ideal opportunity to put hard-earned military skills and discipline to positive use. For these veterans, it’s time to go back to school.
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans may qualify for up to $3,100 in monthly benefits if they were injured or diseased while on active duty, or if they had a sickness/injury
You may have seen reports in the news about a major internet-wide bug called Heartbleed, which affects websites that use the popular security library OpenSSL. We haven’t detected any evidence that
Many service organizations have been founded to assist warriors and their families in the sometimes difficult transition from military to civilian life. The Lone Survivor Foundation (LSF) was founded
The Lone Star Veterans Association has connected more than 5,000 veterans across the greater Houston area. They have helped veterans gain employment; helped them access benefits; connected them to
Those who are not familiar with veteran organizations may be confused on why there are so many, with such varying programs and resources. In most cases, veteran organizations are program-based, working
This Veterans Day, we would like to express our gratitude for the many contributions and sacrifices made by those who have served in our nation’s Armed Forces, and those still serving.
At Veteran Energy, our commitment to the best customer service is constant. These changes are designed to make your total experience a better one.