Veteran Friends

Veteran Friends & Friends who know Veterans who are Friends and/or Family

View and share these sites:

TheVETProgram

The VET Program – Veterans Education & Transitional – Formerly known as “Suits for Soldiers” Services provided are VA Loan help, Real Estate help, Resume help, Business Attire help, Jobs help & much more.

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RallyPoint is the US Military’s Professional Network

RallyPoint was founded in 2012 by two military veterans at Harvard Business School to help make military life better. Backed by two of the US military’s recent Joint Chiefs of Staff, RallyPoint connects its members and gives them the best tools possible to succeed both while in the military, and beyond. With RallyPoint, you can build out your professional network, connect with other members of the military and veterans in a safe environment, and explore career opportunities both within the military (PCS opportunities) and in the private sector. In 2012, RallyPoint won the world’s largest startup competition (MassChallenge), and placed 2nd in the Harvard Business School Business Plan Competition. RallyPoint was first developed at the Harvard University Innovation Lab and now remains in the Boston area.

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VetTix – Free Event Tickets for Veterans Veteran Tickets Foundation provides free and discounted event tickets to currently-serving military, Veterans and their families, as well as immediate family of those killed in action. Through entertainment, shared interests and community activities Veterans can reduce feelings of stress, rekindle relationships and reconnect with their community. Vet Tixers choose events that interest them and their family, regardless of physical level or age. They hope to one day give every veteran a free event in honor of their service to their country.

My Dad & I - 1988
My Dad & I – 1988

My Dad is also a 7 Year Veteran of the United States Army.

Thank You Friends for sharing theses sites with your Veteran Family & Friends,

Tony Lee Hamilton
Internet Affiliate Marketing Veteran

This article has 14 Comments

  1. Great page, Tony. There should be more sites dedicated to supporting our military veterans. I am also a six-year veteran of the US Army and very happy to see this article.
    Barry

  2. This is a useful point of contact for veterans and families for guidance and other sources of help , I am a caseworker for a charity in the UK and we provide practical assistance and signpost other useful resources, they face so many challenges when going back into the civilian world especially those long serving veterans

  3. Tony, nice page. Hope that many veterans can reach it and give their commen’s and ideas.
    My husband is a veteran of the Vietnam War.
    Martha Feinman

  4. I LOVE this, Tony! I get tired of looking for veteran’s sites (YES, I am the vet, NOT my husband). I think I might take a note from this and research how many WOMEN VETS websites there are and the traffic for those…Great idea, Tony!!

    Deb šŸ™‚

    1. Iā€™m retired 22 years. My wife was a G.I for three years. Meet her in Stuttgart Germany 1974. My son and daughter currently serving in the U.S Army. I will definitely pass this site on to them. Thanks

  5. Hi Tony, great start on your new page here. Other resources you could use would be the many government sites that support veterans. I use MyHealthyVet.gov its great for any medical issues they may have.

    Have a great day!
    Bob

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