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VA Claims Backlog Now a Record Low

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) claims backlog is now 98,535! This is an 84% reduction from its 611,000 peaks a little over two years ago in March 2013. The inventory is also down 59% from its peak of 884,000 in July 2012 to 362,799 today ...

Veteran Small Businesses 4.5 million!

Approximately 4.5 million veterans own their own business, which accounts for 18% of all small businesses within the U.S. Veteran owned businesses have a tremendous effect on the American economy. Many are service disabled veteran owned small busines ...

Create Internships for Veterans?

Team, While it is time consuming to wait on larger federal organizations to address the problems facing veterans, there are things we can do at the local level. Utilizing the power of active citizenship in combination with federal and state organizat ...

Damage Caused By ‘Toxic’ Leaders

A major U.S. Army survey of leadership and morale found that more than 80 percent of Army officers and sergeants had directly observed a “toxic” leader in the last year and that about 20 percent of the respondents said that they had worked direct ...

The Frontlines-Solutions to Complex Issues

With continued overseas commitments and enduring wars, service members face increasing deployments, PTSD, homelessness, unemployment, substance abuse and suicide rates. The cost of long-term care to veterans was estimated at $600 billion in 2007, acc ...

National Call Center for Homeless Veterans

Homeless Veterans is a serious issue in America. If you are a veteran experiencing homelessness or in danger of becoming homeless, call this confidential hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week to find help for homeless Veterans and their families. ...

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