Veterans: To Protect and Serve

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A Veterans’ objective is to protect and serve its Country at all costs.  They are taught that in order to accomplish this purpose they must be skillfully trained in defense, tactics and logistical planning.  Each branch of the military is a resource for achieving this common goal.

The Air Force, Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard each use their specialties for the common good:  To keep our Country safe.  After time has been served and the Veterans are returning home they need support. Where do they turn to for help?

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is a great starting point because they are designed to help not only Veterans but their families as well.  If you are not a Veteran you may be eligible for Veteran benefits if you are a(n):

  1. Dependent of a Veteran;
  2. Surviving spouse, child or parent of a deceased Veteran; or
  3. Uniformed service-member.

The Veterans Affairs offers a wide array of services to help Veterans and their families get back on their feet. The benefits provided under the Veterans Affairs umbrella are:

  • Pension
  • Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
  • Education and Training
  • Home Loans
  • Life Insurance
  • Dependents and Survivors
  • Burial and Memorial
  • Health Care

Now that you are back home take the steps necessary to secure the future for you and your family.  Or if you are eligible for benefits make sure that you seek out all of the available opportunities.  You and your family have sacrificed enough.

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