A Law Against ‘Double Dipping’ Is Forcing Disabled Vets To Pay Back Separation Benefits
Disabled military veterans who are required to repay separation benefits are left with few options and see little action coming from Capitol Hill.
4 Facts About Student Veterans That Might Surprise You (But Shouldn’t)
The popular myth that student veterans don’t perform well doesn’t stand up to the facts.
Study Confirms Post-9/11 GI Bill Is A Good Investment For America
Student Veterans of America and other veterans groups are lobbying Congress to continue funding the post-9/11 G.I. Bill.
How Veterans Set The Precedent For America’s Greatest Protests
The GI Bill as we know it today got its humble beginning in a 43,000-strong veteran protest that became the first major successful march on Washington, D.C.
COMIC: When You Join The Reserves For The ‘Benefits’
And then the military is like, “Just kidding, you don’t get any.”
5 Tips To Help You Break Into Entry-Level Management
Skills fostered in the military make you uniquely qualified for entry-level management positions.
The Army Under Secretary On How Women Fit Into The Army’s Future
Under Secretary of the Army Patrick Murphy discusses gender integration, women in combat, and leadership at the small-unit level.
Man Who Scammed VA Out Of $35 Million Goes To Court
A Pennsylvania man was charged with fraud in a $35 million scam that targeted veterans.
Why Student Vets Using The GI Bill Aren’t Immune To Debt
Your course load affects payments, so know don't take on too much and risk going into debt or running out of GI Bill benefits.
How To Be A GI Bill Expert: Know Your Surroundings
Learn about the support surrounding the GI Bill or you could miss an important change to your benefits.
We Bet You Didn’t Know About The VA’s ‘Top-Up’ Program
The VA offers tuition aid for active-duty service members pursuing a degree.