Women’s History Month Spotlight

Harriet Tubman Beyond being the legendary “conductor” of the Underground Railroad, shepherding enslaved persons to freedom, Harriet Tubman also aided the Union’s military effort in the Civil War. Early in the war, Tubman served as a nurse for Union regiments before moving on to a larger role as spymaster and military scout. Under the direction […]

Women’s History Spotlight

Dr. Mary E. Walker Born in 1832 near Oswego, NY, Dr. Mary E. Walker always stood out in a crowd. She was independent, had great energy, and always knew that she would be useful in the world. Graduating from Syracuse University in 1855, Dr. Walker became one of the few female physicians in the country, […]

Changes to the Department of Veterans Affairs disability ratings…

We will all transition out of the military and medical is no joke when you start that process! Setting up medical starts with: Staying Informed Being Prepared Asking Questions DOCUMENT EVERYTHING You can start doing this by checking out this amazily well written and informative article! https://www.militarytimes.com/veterans/2022/02/15/vets-disability-benefits-for-tinnitus-mental-health-issues-may-change/

Education Benefits for Your Family

Did you know that the military has scholarship programs for your dependents? These are ways for your Spouse and Child(ren) to attend college outside of using your GI Bill. See below for those that are offered: Fry Scholarship The Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (Fry Scholarship) provides Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to the […]