Addictions

FREEDOM ~~~ has a cost!

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FREEDOM in this great country is an awesome and highly sought after from around the globe!  Why?  Well I think we all know why, because the opposite is quite dismal! BUT, are we as a country ready to pay the price of freedom? Many say the first price should be caring for the soldiers who […]

Addictions

Teacher Slams the Military, Rebuttal Here

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We are happy to provide this blog for you. Come often to get news. Come often to get refreshed. Come often to get encouraged, and find hope. This is mostly for the military who have done Military sacrifice of their time and even their lives for our country.  You can subscribe to get all future post […]

Deployment

Hardship

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HARDSHIP hurts! The following applications came to Victory For Veterans/US Veteran Jobs via our Employment IT Apprenticeship Program’s HARDSHIP APPLICATION…  These tell their stories in a snapshot!  We get about 2-3 per week!  We/THEY need your help to enter this awesome program!  This is only a small portion of the ones we have received.  Would […]

Death

19-year-old kid

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I just read this short writing about a true hero… I hope you read it. It is from People Power.   If this is meaningful to you would you please Follow VFV and Share this with others and our Veterans we serve could use your help financially. We have Employment, Health, and Housing initiatives your […]

Deployment

Hired Using LSG

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Hopefully you either laughed at the topic (showing your age) or got excited knowing there is a secret formula for getting hired into the career of your choice! Most folks wonder what this is all about and I’m here to tell you that you must attend the FREE workshop to learn more…  It is not […]

Anxiety

RESTORE HOPE

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I realize I have maybe 5 seconds of your time… and I’ve already used that up in this opening line..! Please hang with me through this message…   I just watched “Snowden”.  A movie about a whistle blower who stood against the government of almighty USA. Why? Because he believed it was the right thing […]

Anxiety

VITA – Bucky

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VFV’s VITA Fund – Fourth Recipient Name: Bucky Date: November 15, 2017  I transitioned out of the military a few years ago and went to obtain an Associate’s degree. Finally found a job at a well-known company and through some unfortunate circumstances my contract expired. I was in the middle of building a new house with […]

Anxiety

VITA – Alexander

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VFV’s VITA Fund – Third Recipient Name: Alexander Date: November 15, 2017  My name is Alex. On September 6th, 2011 I joined the United States Army as MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) 91A – M1 Abrams Tank Systems Maintainer. As a 91A, I maintained the combat readiness and general operability of the M1 Abrams tank. In short, […]