Tagged: Military Service

GI Bill Survey

GI Bill Survey

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We did a quick random survey asking those who served in the United States military if they used the GI Bill (any version for any amount of time) after they separated from the military.  This is clearly a very small sample of those who served.  If it even remotely represents the correct percentage of those… Read more

Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence and Capital One Launch Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps

According to a recently published Business Wire report, forty-six percent of U.S. women veteran business owners say that being a business owner has helped them transition to civilian life after military service.  These findings come from survey released in October by Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence and Capital One Financial Corporation. More than half (55 percent) of women… Read more

36,000 Folding Canes To Be Given Away This Veterans Day To Veterans In Need Of Mobility Assistance

National Veterans Day Program To Give Away 36,000 Canes Free of Charge to Those Who Served Small Georgia Based Company Honors U.S. Military Veterans U.S. Military Veterans will be honored this Veterans Day in a national program in which 36,000 state of the art folding canes will be given free of charge to Veterans in need of mobility assistance. “Hugo… Read more