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 Military veterans observe a moment of silence aboard the aircraft carrier, Midway. Military veterans observe a moment of silence aboard the aircraft carrier, Midway. By: U.S. Navy photo by Journalist
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  • Many programs and benefits exist to military veterans. Some are offered through, private organizations, as well as the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA). Although most benefits are well known, still there are benefits that some veterans may be unaware of.

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