Veterans Newsletter


November 26 2009 Veterans Newsletter

Happy Thanksgiving!!
Here's the latest article from the Veterans site at

The New VA dot GOV
Overall, I like the new US Department of Veterans Affairs website. The appearance is clean, young, vital, and energetic without being overwhelmingly bureaucratic or formidable.

Please visit for even more great content about Veterans.

Beginning next week, I will be writing a series of articles about soldiers who were exposed to biochemical agents during their time in service. I’d like you to consider using the Veterans Forum to help set up contacts information for veterans and their families who are suffering from possible long-term effects from these biochemical experiments. I have set up a new discussion so you can list politicians, doctors, and lawyers who have been beneficial or at least supportive to veterans, plus one for those of you who have questions, suggestions, opinions, fears, and other expressions of concern for these men and families.

The link to Veterans Hangman is:

The link to Veterans WordScramble is:

The link to Veterans WordSearch is:

War Veterans on Leadership

I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. Let me know which articles are useful for you and what other content you would like to see. This site is for you!

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At Ease,
Evelyn Rainey, Veterans Editor

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