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U.S. Service Members and Veterans can get started in 3 simple steps: Sign-up for your FREE year of learning on Lynda.com. This includes unlimited access to 4,000 courses in business, creative and technology skills all taught by industry experts. Check out the newly released Lynda.com video “Translating Your Military Service to Civilian Life.” by Lida […]

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In honor of ​Women Veteran Alliance member, Kathy Takayama’s late father, Captain Gordon Nakagawa, her family is running a fundraiser that works with “Wreaths Across America” to place living wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as raises $5/wreath for the Nakagawa Scholarship. You can find out more about her father and the scholarship at www.nakagawa-scholarship.com . The Nakagawa family […]

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What a week this has been!  Even though Veterans Day is over we must continue to provide a community of support for our veterans.  One day of free meals is great but we have more work to do. I wanted to share what has happened for me and Women Veterans Alliance this week as we […]

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Maj Sara Reed is a veteran and Reserve officer of the United States Air Force.  Sara was commissioned as an officer in May 2001 and served on active duty for her first assignment at Shaw AFB, SC.  During her first assignment, Sara served as a logistics officer, supporting deployments in support of Operations Northern Watch, […]

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To us, Veterans Day isn’t about the giant balloons and furniture sales. It’s about appreciating the sacrifice made by our veterans, and we’re providing a way for our military to enjoy the most American of pastimes on our most patriotic of promotions. As our salute to all military personnel, Veterans Day ticket packages will be […]

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Hello my name is Nancy Jessenia Vanessa Pancán-Vargas. I was born in Gualán-Zacapa, Guatemala, and raised in Auburn, CA. I am the oldest of five siblings. All the men on my father’s side have served in the military for generations including my father who served in the Guatemalan Special Forces, Kaibil. He inspired me to […]

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