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Officer Down Memorial Page

Many military veterans are also members of law enforcement. You can’t say you love military, then turn around and say you hate law enforcement. And to label all members of law enforcement as bad because of the actions of some is unfortunate and unfair to the many heroes honored at Officer Down Memorial Page.

Restored U.S. Navy River Patrol Boat, restored by PBR Vietnam Veteran, Dennis Ambruso

The National World War II Museum

The story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world – why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today – so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.

A MUST READ book from an Vietnam Veteran, Bruce Schindler, LaGrange Legacy! Available at! I told ya, they’re amazing!!! 😊

Fire Department New York – Iron and Steel – NYC to Fort Benning GA

A MUST visit memorial site: Stichting War Cemetery Brunssum amazing history being kept alive!

Youngstown State University – Student Veteran Information

Here’s a fact sheet full of financial resources for military and veterans families in need. Kelli’s goal is to provide a quick and helpful checklist of valuable resources. Thanks.'s Auto Loans and Car Buying Guide for Veterans

We here at Capital One have curated a new guide titled “Guide to Auto Loans and Car Buying for Veterans”.

Information on helping veterans buy a home is quite abundant. Info on buying a car however seems to have taken a… back seat… (sorry). With this guide we hope to fill this informational gap and help lead our veterans through:

  • Ways to pay for your car.
  • Auto loan and manufacturer discounts for veterans.
  • Breaking a car lease while in the military.
  • Programs to help veterans afford a car.

For everything that our veterans have done for us, we hope that our inside expertise, within this guide, can play some small part in saying, “thank you.”'s Military VA Loans Resource

We Hope To Brighten Your Day!

Corny joke:

Did you hear about the bacon cheeseburger who couldn’t stop telling jokes?

It was on a roll!

Some Data: Fewer than 12 percent of the country’s estimated 24 million veterans are currently using their VA loan benefits. This means that 88% of veterans are buying homes without their exclusive VA benefits and overpaying for their homes by about 10-20k.

We’ve created a guide for VA loans to be able to inform more home buyers on how to navigate the industry and how to apply for the loan correctly:

Consumers Advocate

An organization dedicated to helping people make informed decisions. We’re proud to say our research has been featured by many veteran aid programs, veteran nonprofits, and the VA themselves. Our team of researchers recently spent over 200 hours looking at the ins and outs of VA loans, helping veterans of all generations navigate VA loans to receive the financial aid they deserve.

According to the VA, only 6% of the nation’s 21 million veterans and active servicemembers make use of the VA loan program. We discovered this is a result of both misinformation and lack of education regarding the requirements, terms, and benefits of the program.

Credit Karma

Following military service, veterans are eligible for many benefits. Our guide walks you through the range of services and assistance offered to help veterans transition to civilian life, including home buying assistance, disability benefits, and education. It’s titled “Guide to Veterans Affairs Benefits and Loans” and you can check out the whole thing here:

Returning to civilian life can be overwhelming, but adding our guide to your website makes navigating the transition a little more straightforward.
Our guide on veterans benefits for financial security and retirement.’s Small Business Entrepreneurship

We’ve recently published a guide specifically for US Veterans who are in the process of starting, or currently own, a small business.

Recent data points to 1 out 20 business owners being veterans, which speaks to the fact that their unique experience and perspective gives them the ideal skill set needed to successfully take on the challenges of entrepreneurship. Veterans are often able to demonstrate an inspiring style of leadership that is characterized by selflessness, balanced with the discipline to strive for continued growth and progress, and perfectly equipped to remain effective when facing the greatest of setbacks. Most of all, though every entrepreneur will have a different journey, sacrifice will undoubtedly be a part of the success story.

We want to come alongside and help veterans turn their business aspirations into successful endeavors by making sure they are aware of the unique competitive advantages available to them such as exclusive grants, training resources, and mentoring. You can learn more about it here:

Military Discounts and More

We recently created a Guide To Entertainment Discounts For Veterans. The guide lists different entertainment discounts available to veterans and active military. Some of the discount categories include: movies/theatres, electronics, and music.

Visit our site for more info!

NVISION Eye Centers
NVISION Eye Centers is a community of surgeons, optometrist partners, and employees dedicated to helping people live better by seeing better. We recently published an educational guide on veterans and vision care. This free resource highlights VA coverage for vision care, common eye injuries/disorders for veterans, treatment for blind veterans and more. Please take a look:

Join the military community on our mission to help fulfill the wish-lists of 15 homeless veterans shelters across the country. Through the use of the Resupply app, #OperationResupply is making a difference this holiday season. You can get involved by:
  1. Downloading the free “Resupply” app
  2. Wish List –
  3. List your item donations
  4. Wait for item to be claimed by our ambassador team
  5. Print your pre-paid shipping label and send

Won’t you join us, share this post and tell a friend? We all can make a difference together.

Joy Organics

Joy Organics has created a 25% discount for both active and retired military members. Joy Organics’ THC-free and federally legal hemp CBD products to provide a natural alternative for relief.
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PTSD is difficult to understand and explain, especially for someone who’s experiencing it. That’s why we created this guide, which was medically reviewed by our internal pharmacists for safety and accuracy, to educate people on what post-traumatic stress disorder is, and how it might be affecting our loved ones.

Topics covered include:

  • Symptoms and causes of PTSD
  • What PTSD feels like
  • Who is at risk of PTSD
  • How to treat and overcome PTSD

Provides Veterans and their families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome alcohol and drug addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. This can be done through various treatment methods including detox services and counseling/therapy. They are here to help you or your loved one every step of the way.

Ark Behavioral Health

Our goal is to use a whole-patient approach built on a foundation of integrity, transparency, and compassion. Each facility is centered around individualized patient care with an emphasis on long-term recovery to empower those with sense of purpose and joy.

Ark is also proudly accredited by the Joint Commission. The Joint Commission is considered “The Gold Standard” in accreditation for behavioral health facilities and organizations, respected in behavioral health and medical communities.

We strive to have our website be an educational resource by providing up-to-date, accurate, and evidence-based information related to substance abuse, mental health, and more. This is done in order to increase understanding and awareness of addiction without shame.

Visit us at for more information. Thank you.

Many veterans struggle with stress and mental illness, which increases their risk of developing substance use disorders. Our goal is to spread awareness of substance abuse and to be an informational resource for those impacted by alcohol and drug dependence.

We are eager to provide educational resources for people looking to take the next step and learn more about recovery. The objective of RehabSpot is to provide the necessary tools and information to help individuals and families in the community. is a law firm with a long history of achieving results and representing clients from virtually every state in the Nation. Because of our passion for community involvement, we wanted to use our experience and gathered knowledge to create informational resources. We recently wrote a guide on the many different ways discrimination can affect Veterans. Many of us can agree that knowledge is power. This is something we’ve noticed when working with our Veteran community, and how simply learning about their experiences can provide a sense of comfort. For that reason, we created this guide for community members, who feel as though they’ve been discriminated against, and want to understand what discrimination can look like, what their rights are, as well as their options of defense. In the guide,, we touch on different points such as:
  • Disabled Veteran Rights
  • Discrimination in the workplace, healthcare system, social setting, and legal settings
  • The laws protecting Veteran rights
  • What to do if you have experienced discrimination
  • Government resources
  • and much more.

Visit our site, for more information. Thank you.

In the United States in 2020, there were 4.7 million veterans with a service-connected disability — or a debilitating injury they incurred during active duty service, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Disabled veterans, or those veterans who are facing debilitating illness or injury post-combat, may face great challenges when they return home — challenges beyond the scope of their injuries.

LegalFinders is a brand new resource connecting people to best-in-class lawyers in their local areas.

Because of our passion for community involvement, we wanted to use our expertise to create free informational resources for our often-forgotten veterans.

In our guide,, we dive into different points such as:

  • Why Disabled Veterans Experience Lack of Resources
  • Discrimination Against Disabled Veterans
  • Important Rights for Disabled Veterans
  • National Resources to Help Bridge the Gap

Our organization offers educational resources and access to an extensive legal network that’s vetted, experienced and ready to help. We publish in-depth lawsuit guides and breaking news about drugs, products, and other issues that could affect your residents in your community. Our mission is to empower people with the information they need to recover from their injuries — and to hold the companies that injured them accountable. We help those that have been affected by nursing home abuse, newborn disabilities, veterans exposed to toxins during their service and more.

We are a global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to better health through laboratory medicine.

We work with our Medical Review Board, consisting of authorities in their medical and scientific field, to review cutting-edge medical research and developments. We provide people with trusted and reliable information to help them make informed health decisions.

We have partnered with many leading health organizations worldwide, such as the American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science, to provide communities with access to our medical guides. It would be an honor to help you with your health needs. Our collection of approachable and actionable guides sheds light on important questions and helps individuals make informed health decisions.

You can check them out here:

1 Comment

  1. Reply Kyle Simmons

    Veterans transitioning from military to civilian life are expected to change their environment, responsibility, and social atmosphere. The transition from military service to civilian employment can be uncertain and stressful. Research found that 48% of veterans found transition more challenging than initially thought.

    To help veterans gain civilian employment, our resource discusses many difficulties they face in their job transition, the best industries for veterans, how to find the right job, and how to prepare for the application process.

    You can view it here:

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