US Air Force Links http://www.usaf.com/orgs.htm Information on US Air Force Links.United States Marine Corps http://www.hqmc.usmc.mil/ Headquarters, United States Marine CorpsU.S. Navy's Recruiting Site http://home.att.net/~erik.mann/seals.htm Let the journey begin! These web pages will give you all the information you need if you want to join the Navy. From high school grads to professionals, here's where you start! Good Luck! Both Larry & Bert were Navy. Larry was a naval aviator, flying ASW during the Cold War, and did a year on staff duty in the Persian Gulf, and Bert was in the Middle East during the Cold War, and served a year on PBR's in Vietnam. Keep the faith. Larry & BertU. S. Navy Seals http://www.navyseals.com/ U. S. NAVY SEALS: The U.S. Navy's Elite Story. Want to be a SEAL? Look here! Regards, Larry & BertNaval Aviation Museum http://www.naval-air.org A fantastic web site of the outstanding Naval Aviation
Museum in Pensacola, Florida. Have fun! Larry & BertThe official web site of the U.S. Navy. http://www.navy.mil/ Have a question? About carriers? Submarines? Surface Ships?
Most of your answers should be here.U.S. Navy research http://www.navsource.org/ Need to find a commissioned or de-commissioned ship? Need
to find a hull number or type of ship? Here are most of your
answers.The New England Air Museum http://www.neam.org several links to: Air Victory Museum; Warbird Air Museum; National Air & Space Museum; National Museum of Naval Aviation; N.A.S.A.; U.S.A.F. Museum; and many more. Have fun! Larry & BertKorean War Page http://www.kwp.org Hal & Ted Barker bring you as much information as possible
about the Korean War: called by some as "The Forgotten War".
Please visit for an experience that will show you over
50,000 were killed in this three year war; and over 8,000
are still missing (about 2,000 still missing from Vietnam;
and almost 79,000 still missing from WW II). Thanks, Larry & BertVietnam Veteran's Memorial Fund http://www.vvmf.org This is the official page of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Fund (VVMF). It will explain & describe The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. You can look up a name on "The Wall" at
http://www.vvmf.org//index.cfm?searchResult=true&WithLike=true&FieldName=Name§ionID=110. Thanks for visiting. Larry & BertU.S. Army- Be all you can be... http://www.goarmy.com This is the web site for anyone interested in the United
States Army. It is extremely comprehensive; and informs you
how to join if you want. Good Luck! Larry & Bert (both Navy)
U.S. Coast Guard Academy http://www.cga.edu All you should know about the Coast Guard Academy. Good luck!
Larry & Bert (both Navy)U.S. Coast Guard http://www.uscg.mil All you need to know about, and how to join the U.S. Coast
Guard. Good luck! Larry & Bert (both Navy)A world of support for families affected by mesothelioma https://www.asbestos.com/ The Mesothelioma Center at Asbestos.com gives you the latest mesothelioma information, support and free access to top specialists for better care and peace of mind.Together We Can Spread the Message That Reaching Out is a Sign of Strength. https://www.realwarriors.net/ The Real Warriors Campaign promotes a culture of support for psychological health by encouraging the military community to reach out for help whether coping with the daily stresses of military life, or concerns like depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Founded in 2009, the campaign supports the Defense Departments Psychological Health Center of Excellence in its mission to break the stigma associated with psychological health concerns and encourage those who are coping with a psychological health concern to seek help.
The campaign links service members, veterans and their families with care and provides free, confidential resources including online articles, print materials, videos and podcasts.
If you or someone you know is coping with any concerns, know that reaching out is a sign of strength. Talk to a health care provider or start with one of many available resources on the Real Warriors Campaign website, including the Psychological Health Resource Center where you can speak with a confidential health resource consultant 24/7.Homes for Homeless Vets - https://www.homecity.com/homes-for-homeless-vets Returning to civilian life after a successful career in the military is not always the smooth transition veterans imagine it will be. Veterans return to their hometowns only to find that their jobs are no longer waiting for them, or their service-related injuries or trauma make it impossible to hold a steady job. This can create a spiral of problems, making it challenging to thrive. Through no fault of their own, many veterans find themselves without a place to live, even after dedicating part of their lives to serve their country.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, veterans need the most help with suicide risk, homelessness and dealing with the realities of trauma. The USA Today warns that modern veterans are struggling to find jobs.
If you are struggling as a veteran, there is hope. Veterans are some of the biggest heroes of our nation, and many organizations have risen to help support and care for veterans so they can get the services they need to thrive. The key is to find those organizations and take advantage of the services they provide.
This guide is intended to help veterans who are struggling get the help they deserve. From help with homelessness to something as simple as a partner animal to help alleviate emotional trauma, these organizations, groups and services will support todays vets so they can enjoy a full, thriving and healthy civilian life. Your local VA office is one critical place to look and from which to start, but there are lots of other options that are also available and that can give you further support wherever you need it most.