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Veterans can apply to upgrade discharge for PTSD

Veterans can apply to upgrade discharge for PTSD

A special web page has been launched to assist veterans seeking to upgrade punitive discharges related to behavior problems caused by post-traumatic stress. The web page provides information and applications to seek an upgrade to discharge from service. The page can be found at http://arba.army.pentagon.mil/adrb-ptsd.cfm. It follows a recent directive to the Army’s Review Boards […]

Amazing Military Spouses Super Connect Helping U.S. Veterans

Amazing Military Spouses Super Connect Helping U.S. Veterans

Spouses of Veterans Household 6 is a comprehensive network to bring reliable resources to military and veteran families. Over the years they have noticed that while there were many resource sites with useful links there wasn’t any one site that broke each resource category up into a user friendly knowledge base. So they set out to change everything!

VetLikeMe Weekly 10/16/2014

VetLikeMe Weekly 10/16/2014

For the last two years we have been working on launching the National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC), a new Veteran Business Certification program to help our Veteran Business Owners to be able to share in the Supplier Diversity spend of Corporate America.

Defeating AEGIS, the US Naval Boondoggle

Defeating AEGIS, the US Naval Boondoggle

- Its simple; phased array antennas such as use on the spy-1 S-band radar system are easily jamable when confronted with a two point jamming signal that is out of phase and widely spaced. It usually uses two jamming antennas spaced about 35 feet apart mounted on the wing tips of the jet. See the attached Chinese paper on cross eye jamming and how it works.

Military Wives Go Social Media for Connection, Support

Military Wives Go Social Media for Connection, Support

For many service members and their families, the effects of going to war can linger long after a deployment is over, and often those struggles happen behind closed doors. But on sites like Facebook and Twitter, some military spouses have found that taking their stories public has helped them connect with like-minded communities and receive much-needed support.

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