As a byproduct of their military service, modern veterans have the stomach to take risks, the ability to deal with ambiguity, composure and creativity under extreme pressure
If only someone would compile this so-called “military slang” into one compendium that I could read once and then donate to Goodwill…
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will receive a nearly 12% increase in total funding for fiscal year 2021 set at $243 billion, up $26 billion from FY 2020 levels. That’s “walking-around money” as my grandpa used to say or, in other words, no small amount of cash.
Thanks to new data from VA Disability law firm Hill & Ponton, using 2019 data collected by the University of Minnesota’s Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) office, we know that veterans do indeed earn more money in their post-military careers than their civilian counterparts.
An interview with Travis Smith, CEO of Tribevest - The big idea here was leveraging the power of the tribe, a group of people who already know and trust one another, to discover their mutual aspirations.