Get Unemployed Disabled Veterans Back to Work
All Disabled Unemployed American Veterans Who Are Willing and Able to Work...Can!
Provide an Intensive On-the-job Training Program That Gives a Veteran Work Skills, Job-Preparation, Pride, and a Pay Check
Once a Veteran Passes Through our Doors, He or She will Have the Tools, Motivation, and Opportunity to Realize a Prosperous and Happy Life
72d Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor 7 December 2013
The Pearl Harbor attack entered the consciousness of contemporary Americans more forcefully than any other single event. Regarded as a dastardly "surprise attack" and an act of "infamy", during the Second World War every effort was made to keep its memory bright. Posters, popular songs and other media were staples of wartime popular culture, regular memorial services were held to commemorate the dead, and flags that had flown at the Capitol and White House on 7 December 1941 were raised over fallen enemy capital cities.
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Law for Veterans
PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court today announced the www.LawForVeterans.org website, a one-stop clearinghouse for access to legal and other important veteran benefit information. Through this site, legal information, articles, resources and forms can be accessed, providing our nation's veterans critical help they may need. The Arizona Supreme Court partnered with the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education and the State Bar of Arizona and its Military Legal Assistance Committee to launch the site in time for Veterans' Day.
The site features ten specialty subject areas ranging from identity theft to employment law. There are sections with helpful Q&A topics as well as a place to ask legal questions, find a lawyer, or locate other resources veterans might need. The interactive website will be the public face of a broader support network. More than 270 legal professionals have volunteered to respond to questions and help match veterans with the resources they need.