Category: Military Life

Sarah Palin and the VA

News came recently of who President elect Donald Trump could potentially nominate for the position of Secretary of Veterans Affairs. The name that surfaced has shocked many. Sarah Palin could finally find a way into the White House as its her name that has been thrown out there. If she gets the job she would

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Pardon for Mental Health Reasons

President Obama and President elect Donald Trump will be receiving letters this week from the Vietnam Veterans of America. This letter will be advocating for pardons to be issued to thousands of service members for mental illness reasons. These two men will have to work together to figure out who deserves the pardons and who

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Best Colleges for Vets

Colleges across the country are making their campuses more appealing and helpful for any bets that are looking to go there. Some of these colleges better serve vets more than others though. As the new year approaches many people begin to think about going back to school and furthering their education. These colleges may be

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Don’t Forget About Concrete

New technologies are popping up everywhere, everyday. Drones are being used to carry packages and to film things that would never have been possible before. Satellite images can bring a live action view of what is going on in the world to those that are monitoring them. The next question is what can be done

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Bill to Change Veteran’s Hotline

On Wednesday, November 16th, the Senate made a final decision on a bill that would affect Veterans in need. The bill is now on its way to the white house to be looked at by the president. This bill would require that all messages and calls that are received by a crisis hotline need to

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U.S and Philippines Military Relations

While up to date there has been no change between the relationship between the U.S and the Philippines there is always room for the unexpected. Especially after the Philippines President has made certain claims. President Rodrigo Duterte said that they have been interested in allying themselves more with Russia and China. The commander of the

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What does Trump mean for Military Spending

During his campaign, Trump made it clear that he was looking to expand the military. He believes that the Obama administration did no justice to the military and only weakened it. Instead Trump’s plan of action seems to be to increase military spending. He is hoping that this will help to fight against terrorism. The

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Getting Oversea Voters’ Voices Heard

Voters that are hoping to cast their vote from overseas are being warned this year. Over 30 states offer people who are overseas a way of voting for the next Commander in Chief, but the government is warning that these systems can easily be hacked. Accusations of mass voter fraud, Russian involvement, and hacking could

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