In recognition of Veterans Day and the millions who have served in our nation’s military, the U.S. Semiquincentennial Commission recently announced the launch of the America 250 November Salute, a month-long celebration of veterans, active duty military and their families.
Estimated to launch in December, the Veteran Career Center job portal’s mission is to connect veterans to a successful civilian career where they can continue putting their talents into practice. Continue reading Veteran Career Center Portal Launching in December
Working for the federal government can be a great option for veterans. Depending on the circumstances, government jobs can offer greater stability than jobs with private companies.
Continue reading Veterans: Interested in a Federal Job?
Veterans making military career changes can be challenging and stressful. While transitioning from the military, choosing a career at VA can make the experience a lot easier and less stressful. Continue reading Six Things Veterans Can Do to Successfully Transition from A Military Career
In addition to its longstanding home on Lifetime and The American Forces Network (AFN), Military Makeover with Montel, a BrandStar Original, is expanding its viewership through a new partnership with STIRR Continue reading Military Makeover with Montel Launches on FREE Streaming TV Service, STIRR, on Sunday
By Brady Rhoades
Montel Williams served his country for 22 years, and ever since, he’s been serving those who serve in the Armed Forces. Continue reading A Lifetime of Service
By Jay Hicks
Preparing for the transition from active duty to civilian life can be challenging, especially when it comes to career choices.
By Denton Knapp, Brigadier General, CA State Guard and Director of the Tierney Center for Veteran Services
As a country, we celebrate Veterans Day every November 11 to honor those who courageously served in our Armed Forces. We honor our combat veterans still living from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Desert Storm, Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom and Inherent Resolve. Continue reading This Veterans Day, Ask the Questions
Veterans Day is a well-known American holiday, but there are also a few misconceptions about it — like how it’s spelled or whom exactly it celebrates. Continue reading 5 Important Facts About Veterans Day
In commemoration of Veterans Day, the National WWI Museum and Memorial serves as a fitting place to honor those who have served — and continue to serve — our country. To recognize these men and women, admission to the Museum and Memorial is free for veterans and active duty military personnel from Saturday, Nov. 7 through Sunday, Nov. 15. General admission for the public is half-price on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11.