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5 Challenges Facing Veterans Today

Life after serving in the military can pose numerous challenges to veterans and their loved ones. For some, returning home may feel like another battle with a variety of problems that require understanding and acceptance to overcome.
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The Veteran Entrepreneur Success Stories That Truly Inspire

  It's no secret that as veterans transition to civilian life, they face unique challenges. Often, they also face unrealistic stereotypes from the public that only add to their woes. 
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Success Story: A Veteran Supports A Squadmate

  Jayson is an aviation technician based in Hartford, Connecticut. He's an Army veteran who spent two years in Afghanistan. During his time overseas, he and his squamates formed an breakable bond built on trust and mutual respect. That bond continues to this day, even after they've found themselves in different locations across the globe.
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Crowdfunding for Veterans: How To Build a Successful Dream

DreamOway's app is all about creating a community of dreamers. Our users range from college students, teachers, brides and grooms-to-be, musicians, creatives, charities and veterans. 
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7 Veteran Fundraiser Ideas To start in Your Community

Veterans serve our country with their lives and livelihoods. When deployed, they feel the effects of being away from their families and friends. They often return and don't have a job or home.
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Learn More About the Sacrifices of Our Military Veterans From These 3 Sources

A few years back, Army veteran and political science professor Scott Althaus published an interesting study looking at how The New York Times covered wars.
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3 Wounded Veteran Charities that Maximize Your Donation Gifts

Many Americans are interested in donating and supporting veterans in need of aid.
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5 Ways You Can Support Veterans in Your Everyday Life

Memorial Day shouldn't be the only weekend we spend honoring veterans. After all, our military friends, family members, and strangers don't spend just three days serving us.
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