#VeteranOfTheDay Navy Veteran Kirk Douglas - VAntage Point
Nicholas Rogers-Dillon. Nicholas Rogers-Dillon is a senior studying Philosophy and Political Science at Brooklyn College. He is originally from Brooklyn, NY, and is currently working as a writing intern at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, hoping to pursue a career in public service.
Actived: Saturday Feb 15, 2020
Veterans Day Discounts 2019, Free Meals, Resources
Additional incentives like extra money off coupons are occasionally offered for new members. Visit the BJs Wholesale website for details. Publix – November 11, 2019 Veterans, active military, and their families receive 10% off purchases on November 11, 2019. Exceptions apply.
ShopVCS.com - For Vets, their families & employees
They are there the minute merchandise is released, especially if it’s going on sale, so there’s not much for anyone else to pick from. Sale merchandise is put out on the shelves and roped off before the sale starts with signs stating that you can’t buy it yet.
Disabled Veterans can fly Space Available Flights for free
So please, do not call the terminals complaining about the VA because they don’t make the rules … That would be your United States Congress. They seem kind of preoccupied lately and tend to put off the big issues that concern us all. So no, the VA and it’s doctors abilities have nothing to with this program.
How to Help Vets After Veterans Day - VAntage Point
VAntage Point. Official Blog of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Some organizations even have coupons that you can use when you go to the grocery store that give you a discount and give some money back to the organization. Use ‘em. Get off your fifth point of contact to show me you are grateful for my service.
Veteran's legacy: Vietnam Vet honors two - VAntage Point
Vietnam Veteran Peter Brusyo Jr. passed away on Aug. 9 last year, just three days after his 72nd birthday – leaving behind his wife, son, daughter and eight grandchildren. He also left behind his story of service in Vietnam to honor two fellow soldiers killed in action. The following is Army Sgt. Brusyo’s story, in his own words.
In Defense of VA - VAntage Point
U.S. Army Veteran It seems as if every time something goes wrong at VA, I hear all about it. Improperly sterilized equipment that might have exposed Veterans to disease, leads to massive media coverage, uproar among veterans, members of Congress calling for hearings. Would the same problem at a civilian facility have gotten the same media coverage? I strongly doubt it.