There are a host of local businesses that are not only founded by Veterans, but work every day to help improve the lives of Veterans. We’d love for you to get to know a few of them!
Moving is hard, especially if your job is in the military and requires it. Having a career with the military can mean moving year after year to many different homes. Moving doesn't have to be stressful or hard. Rather, it can be exciting to get to know a new place. Here are 3 tips to help you save money and make moving a little easier for you and your family.
While many veterans known about the healthcare and education benefits afforded to them through the Department of Veterans' Affairs, there are several programs that are available to assist vets that you might not know about.
Those that serve our country through military service often have difficulties re-integrating into civilian life after separating from the military. Many have experienced combat and warfare firsthand or trained for it, which can impact soldiers in negative ways down the road.
Family members, friends, supportive employers, and others can help veterans reintegrate into their communities and civilian lives when they finally come home.
The military is full of type-A go-getters, and we love nothing more than a good rivalry to get our blood pumping. Here are nine of the most intense and ongoing:
As a military spouse, deployments are hard any day of the year. Being away from your loved one while trying to manage work and kids can be really difficult.
Out of all the days spent away on deployment, Valentine’s Day is one of the toughest. You can’t help but notice happy couples everywhere while you’re stuck thousands of miles away from your sweetheart.
Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for your military sweetheart this Valentine's day?
When people think of the military, images of pink hearts and cupids don’t exactly come to mind. It can be difficult to find the right gift for someone who’s more comfortable in a firefight than at a candlelit dinner.
The good news is that finding a Valentine's Day gift for your service member doesn’t have to be hard. Read on for 9 Valentine’s Day presents perfect for even the most gung-ho military man or woman.
Our Veterans have sacrificed a lot for our country--in some cases, they’ve literally put their lives on the line! And because of this sacrifice, we’re able to live in peace and focus on our families, careers, and hobbies. But the service doesn’t stop for many Veterans when they leave the military. There are over 2.5 million Veteran-owned businesses in the United States today, and these Veteran business leaders are solving problems, employing people in your community, and continuing their service through business. The unique experiences they’ve had in the military have positioned them well to lead in the business world, and they continue to give back. Here are some tips you can use to support the Veteran entrepreneurs in your community:
The Oregon legislature took a big step forward in honoring our Veterans last year.
House Bill 2100 established Highway 20 as the Oregon Medal of Honor Highway. The route now honors 26 of Oregon’s Medal of Honor recipients with a series of signs located in 12 cities throughout the state.
For most Americans, the Holidays are spent with family and friends. From Thanksgiving dinners with the in-laws to presents on Christmas morning, every family has their own unique holiday traditions.
But many of the service members protecting our country overseas don’t have the luxury of spending the Holidays with family. Instead of opening presents, they’re pulling guard duty in Afghanistan or launching planes off of an aircraft carrier.