The American Veterans and Servicemembers Survival Guide
by Bobby Muller
Publisher: Veterans for America 2008
Number of pages: 605
Good information is critical to accessing the programs and benefits that are available to active military, guard, reservists, veterans, and their family members. That's why we have put together this "Survival Guide". It is a current and very useful guide to what you are entitled to and how to get it. We can provide you with this basic information. You have to provide the time and energy to go after these services and benefits. I've seen far too many people give up on confronting the challenges these mammoth agencies put up. We hope that with this guide you'll be better informed and better able to prevail in the quest for justice.
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