U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Gertrud Zach

There are some days you never forget — the day you turn 21, your wedding, and the birth of a child. But for those of us in the veteran community, those days also include your expiration of term of service day.

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Photo by Sgt. Kimberly Hackbarth

Editor’s Note: This article has been modified from its original version, which was published on the LinkedIn page of Melody Fugazzotto.

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AP Photo/The Tampa Bay Times, Jim Damaske

Congress. In the eyes of service members and veterans, grooming standards and reflective belts are more popular than our national governing body. Yes, it’s ultra-partisan, petulant, and privileged. However, it is not entirely ineffective despite what you may have heard. Congressional offices offer an influential ally, able to assist on anything from a records request to initiating legislation on vets issues. The trick to being successful, however, is knowing how to use it.

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