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Military Handbooks

www.militaryhandbooks.com 
February, 2010

2010 Handbooks Have Been Released!

The 2010 Military Handbooks were just released and have been made available on our site.  There are a total of eight (8) handbooks, all of which contain helpful information for the military community.

After the Military Handbook

aftermilitary.jpgThis unique handbook, written for military veterans, covers: transitioning to the private sector, supporting your family, finding a job that pays “top dollar”, choosing between jobs with large or small companies, deciding to start your own company, maximizing the benefits of a military career, medical benefits and life insurance in the private sector and how to retire successfully. View Now >



Military Children's Scholarship Handbook

children.jpgA college degree has become the essential tool to unlock doors for future success. This handbook contains all the latest information about getting a college degree, including: types of higher education, resources for finding the right college, entrance exams, financial aid resources and more. View Now >


Getting Uncle Sam to Pay for Your College Degree

college_uncle-sam.jpgThis unique handbook, written for active military personnel, covers everything you need to know about: the G.I. Bill, tuition assistance, scholarships, veteran benefits, student aid, selecting the right degree for you – why some degrees might be better for you than others, finding the right military-friendly school and tips on staying ahead of the curve.  View Now >


Guard and Reserve Handbook

guard_reserve-1.jpgThis unique handbook, written specifically for the National Guard and Reserves, gives you everything you need to know about serving in the Reserve Component, including: drill pay and enlistment bonuses; allowances like BAS and BAH; re-employment rights; education and training benefits specific to the Guard and Reserve; health care; and retirement. View Now >


Base Installation Directory

base-installation-dir.jpgThe Base Installation Directory provides contact information for every military installation in the United States. From information about military housing to the commissary to the base dental clinic, you’ll find the contact number and addresses you need in one easy to access guide. View Now >


Benefits for Veterans and Dependents

veteransbenefits.jpgThis complete benefits handbook, written for veterans and their dependents, covers: health care benefits, disability compensation, pension, vocational rehabilitation and employment, education and training, home loan guarantees, life insurance, burial benefits, survivor benefits, women veterans, homeless veterans, overseas benefits, small and disadvantaged businesses, appeals, workplace benefits, miscellaneous programs and more. View Now >


Veterans Healthcare Benefits

veteranhealth.jpgThis unique handbook, written for veterans, gives you everything you need to know about: how to apply, veterans service centers, choosing a facility, changing a facility, second opinions, prescriptions, dental care, chiropractic care, non-VA care, travel, POW benefits, appeals, grievances, confidentiality, financial issues, means testing, hardship determinations, waivers, medication co-payments, health insurance and a complete listing of VA facilities. View Now >


U.S. Military Retired Handbook

retired.jpgThe United States Military Retired Handbook is designed to help all U.S. Military personnel who have retired – or who are planning to retire. This unique guide covers everything from the nuts and bolts of computing your Retirement Pay to the detailed explanations of retired military Healthcare, TRICARE, Social Security, VA, SBP, taxes, insurance, travel, survivor benefits and much more! View Now >

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Homeless Dogs and Vets are Paired and Both Benefit

Pets2Vets pairs homeless pets with combat veterans, law enforcement/emergency personnel, and those affected by post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Pets2Vets was started by Air Force senior airman Dave Sharpe, who after returning home from Iraq struggled with his own experience. Sharpe went to a pit-bull rescue facility and adopted a puppy. Through his own success he started the group. The objective is to assist our nation's heroes and their families with rehabilitation through pet therapy, save sheltered pets from being euthanized by providing them with homes, and to raise public awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). To learn more about this group and to read the full article, click here



2010 Pay Charts are Available

Looking for the essential military pay charts? Look no further as they have been made available here.  From basic pay, drill pay and retirement pay to housing and food allowances, there is a chart for everyone.


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