March 3, 2016
If you have a link you think would be good for this page contact support.
NOTE: We try not to post links to pages that exist as part of an SEO marketing plan for companies that we don't know anything about and therefore cannot endorse.
Additionally, we get an inordinate number of requests to post links to sites related to Mesothelioma. We regret that we cannot invest the time into the investigation of Mesothelioma related sites and will no longer post these links. A simple websearch on this subject returns a great deal of information on the subject.
Brave-Aid: Wounded veterans assistance fund
Brave-Aid, Inc. is a wounded veterans assistance fund that was created as a non-conventional vehicle whose goal is to give financial, emotional, and when requested, spiritual assistance to the veterans who sacrificed so much for our freedom.
Firelands Military vehicle Group
Firelands Military Vehicle Group a 501(c)-(3) non-profit organization- has evolved while working to preserve the heritage, memory, and relics of those who fought for our country's freedom.
Honor Flight Network
The Honor Flight program of 'Our Unsung Heroes', a Utah based Non-Profit Organization. Our all volunteer staff consists of people from many walks of life, who live and work in various areas along the Wasatch Front in Utah. We are affiliated with several other groups (Honor Flight, In Their Honor, and others) that are working with the same goals of getting our WWII Veterans to Washington DC to visit the National WWII Monument.
Government jobs, up-to-date information on military schools, federal jobs, as well as military loans and detailed information on military pay charts. Online directories of resources and information feature vital information on military education and benefits including the GI Bill, employment opportunities, the latest military job postings, pay charts and salary calculators.
The Military Family Network
works with community organizations, local governments and businesses- networking them together. We are an official Team Member of the DoD's America Supports You Program. We have invited the whole community to come onboard to support the families of our Armed Services. And, like you, they have responded.
Military Heritage Museum
The mission of the Military Heritage Museum is to promote an understanding and respect for the rich military heritage of the United States and the sacrifices made by our country's veterans, living and dead, emphasizing that freedom is not free.
The National World War II Museum
Dedicated in 2000 as The National D-Day Museum and now designated by Congress as the country's official World War II Museum, this remarkable attraction illuminates the American experience during the WWII era with moving personal stories, historic artifacts and powerful interactive displays.
"The North Wall" - Canadian Vietnam Memorial
The North Wall located in Windsor Ontario honors the 103 that died and 7 that remain missing. It was build by American Vietnam Veterans for our Canadian Brothers.
Ride Up to the Challange:
Providing the resources to those Veterans seeking physical therapy through horseback riding. The healing power of horses is helping amputees learn to walk again, showing traumatic brain injury victims how to remember, relieving sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder from their demons, and teaching blind veterans to live independently.
Help veterans to quit smoking:
The quality of life for US veterans decreases due to smoking. Smoking is endemic in the military, and the government spends about $1.6 billion annually on smoking related medical expenses. The Veteran's Affairs office offers counselling to all veterans in addition to a fully dedicated anti-smoking hotline.
Veterans Radio is dedicated to all the men and women who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces of the United States of America. Our mission is to provide all veterans with a voice, to give them a forum where they are able to discuss their issues, and to provide information to all veterans regarding the rights and privileges they earned by serving their country.
USDA Military Families
USDA employees have traditionally had strong ties and have helped each other throughout the years. USDA Military Mom is part of that "USDA Family" and now wants to help others who have family members in the military. There are many links with valuable information and the USDA support group is there to express your feelings or give ideas and suggestions.
Welcome... fellow patriots and friends of the United States of America to USA Patriotism! where it is all about expressing, sharing, and enjoying love and pride of this great, noble country.
The objectives of the association are fraternal, patriotic, and historical; to preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members; to perpetuate the memory and history of its deceased comrades, and to provide social and recreational activities for its members.
The regular members of the association are members and former members of the Armed Services and their families who served on board the USS HELENA FG-9, The USS HELENA CL-50, USS HELENA CA-75 and the USS HELENA SSN-725 or staffs embarked in these ships.
USS Indianapolois (suggested by Maggie at Teen Zone in the Jefferson District Library) :
The story of the USS Indianapolis is one of the most intriguing in American history. Learn all about it and perhaps make a donation to a great cause.
Veterans Information is filled with information that pertains to all of our military veterans whether you are on active duty, a reserve or no longer serving! There is information here for the families of veterans. Topics covered range from Agent Orange exposure and all of its related health concerns from the Vietnam years to the Gulf War including Depleted Uranium (DU) exposure and current information facing our now serving veterans in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Vets Helping Heroes
Vets Helping Heroes is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization raising funds to sponsor the training of assistance dogs for disabled American veterans and active-duty military personnel.
WWII Timeline of Events
On July 29, 1919, the Peace Treaty of Versailles ended the First World War, which was fought between Germany and the Allied Powers. The Treaty imposed on Germany legal and military restrictions and set out the reparations to be paid to the Allied forces. Germany lost many territories as well. The terms of the Treaty led to a series of events outlined on this page