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The Veterans History Project (VHP) of the Library of Congress American Folklife Center collects and preserves the firsthand interviews and narratives of military veterans from World War I through the present.  The VHP also collects oral histories and memorabilia of military members who died in service from Gold Star Family members. In addition to audio and video recorded interviews with veterans and […]

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Introducing you to the Independence Project that helps U.S. Veterans plan their post-service path, coaches them through landing a great job, and rewards them for success. Specifically this research program is designed to help veterans with disabilities find work after service. Their goal is to recruit 400 transitioning Service Members and military Veterans with disability ratings. With […]

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Since 2007, Burger King franchisees and their customers have contributed over $5 million to the VFW Unmet Needs program. Their generosity has been put to work, as the Unmet Needs program has provided more than $10 million in assistance to nearly 9,000 veterans and military families who came face-to-face with unexpected financial difficulties since its inception in […]

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The American Veterans Archaeological Recovery Program ensures Wounded Warriors are fully engaged in archaeological projects, and that they are performing important roles as integral parts of the overall archaeological team.  They work alongside fellow veterans with similar experiences, as well as with university archaeology students.   Each participant has specific concepts to learn and tasks […]

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100 Million Healthier Lives is the global public health initiative and within the initiative lies the  Veterans Hub which is led by VA.  The Veterans Hub aims to enrich the lives of Veterans in their communities; aiming to improve health and well-being by addressing social determinants of health and to build bridges between organizations, communities and […]

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You may now reach the “Veterans Crisis Line” directly with an iPhone. Simply say “Hey Siri, call the Veterans Crisis Line”, and it will connect you automatically—even if you don’t have the number 1-800-273-8255 already saved in your contacts. #veteranscrisisline #BeThere #youarenotalone

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