Veteran Friends

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

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RallyPoint
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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.

VetTix Digital Marketing Veteran
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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.

Digital Marketing Veteran Tony Lee Hamilton
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
Digital Marketing Veteran

 

306 thoughts on “Veteran Friends”

  1. Well, Tony, this is a great website for veterans, a few of which I know, and I will direct them to this site.  By advertising these programs, you will have done a great service to all.  I’m certain that there are other entities of this type and I’m assuming that you will be including them in future updates.

    I also liked the section on different ways to make money…including the shout-out to Wealthy Affiliates.  The beauty of such a section is that, for any veterans who check out your website, especially who have been through the ravages of war and might be a little lost after coming home, it provides them with several different options for creating their own income without even having to leave their house while, for those who might need it, they can regain their emotional and mental balance.

    The section on collagen was interesting in that I had never really thought about the waning effects of collagen.  I looked through the flip book, and with several of the Day 1 – Day 30 comparisons, With some, I found little difference; others, I definitely saw some improvement.  

    It’s a great website with a lot of excellent information.  I wish you the best with it.

    Richard Lombardo

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  2. What a great idea, creating a positive community environment for veterans. I have many extended family members currently and retired from the NZ Army. They really do tend to stick together and really bond around their experiences. Especially for veterans who have encountered tough times, this is support is super important.

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  3. I’m writing this feedback to thank you, Tony. You have been a tremendous help, and your insight into the military life of veterans is invaluable! I know that many in New Zealand are not supported by our government here when it comes to things like medical care or PTSD support groups- but RallyPoint sounds like a fantastic opportunity for these brave men who sacrificed so much on behalf of our country can use them as guides through loneliness back home again.

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  4. Exceptional work and a lot of courage and pain, I’m not American but I’ve been following some of your news and one of them is that it’s not easy when you’re a veteran.
    We are talking about people who fought to protect us and who are not always rewarded for their effort and dedication, we are in an unfair and democratic world, so this work is of great value and deserving of an Oscar, my Congratulations.

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  5. It’s great that our beloved veterans and their families have these tools at their disposal. Humanly speaking, there is no greater heroism than defending your fellow citizens, even giving your life for them or suffering consequences for it.

    Wars have always existed according to official history and veterans are a sector that has not been recognized enough or adequately helped especially by the government that uses them for their interests and then leaves them aside in a large number of cases, fortunately over the years this situation has been changing and today thanks to the awareness of citizens and the initiatives of the veterans themselves, through utilities such as those in this article, perhaps we are a little closer to making them Justice.

    Thanks for the input.

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  6. Thank you for taking the time to provide these resources for our active and retired military members. They are such a vital part of this country and any way to make things better for them or to find support and community is such a blessing. I will be sure to share your info to those I know that could benefit! 

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  7. I have tons of respect for this idea because it can be difficult once being in the service for many years to come out and adapt to civilian life. Being able to connect with others that have been in the service and explore career opportunities is important. You can find some of the most hardworking people served in the military so I think this idea is genius.

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  8. Hi there Tony,

    I have just shared this article with my veteran friends and family. 

    This article brings back memories of discussions and stories on Vietnam and veterans. Sometimes i really wonder if all those stories were true. they say the storyteller who was a hunter, will never write about the courage of the lion, but about his bravery.

    I hope some of my family and friends will find the free tickets useful. 

    Thank you

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  9. This sounds like an awesome tool for those in the military. Seems like it could be very helpful for contacting others. I think it’s very important for our forces to get discounted tickets. Their families deserve to be honoured and helped, just as how they help our country. This is a very interesting program, and I’m very glad to know something like this exists!

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  10. It is a good thing that there is support for veterans and their families.  Sometimes after military service people feel lonely and rejected, these veteran platforms reconnect people and make them go over memories.  This also encourages healing.  More over this gives an insight to the veteran family members , as the families interact, they will learn from other militants or ex militants how the life is it was during military service.  

    Sometimes by joining these platforms, one can have their needs highlighted and then get counselling and further medical help particularly the ones who are alone and without a family.   These kind of platforms also help the bereaved to make closure in the loss of a loved one who was in military service.

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  11. Thank you for this post, I think it is super important that veterans have a place to connect. Whilst I’m not a veteran myself I know how it must feel when other people don’t understand the things you’ve been through, seen and have to remember. It’s great to see that is network exists.

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  12. It’s something new to me.
    But I am impressed by the successes of the military.
    They are also ordained in civil activities.
    I will follow the 2 references for more reinforcement and learn more from the creativity of these fearless people.

    I took a first step to register for Rally Point.
    I gave my details and I am waiting for confirmation.
    It’s a joy for me to be here.

    Respectfully
    Vasile,

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  13. I respect and admire a veteran. Hail the Infantry!

    I also respect that you are trying to promote other veterans and military affiliated places and Assistance programs/organizations. A lot of soldiers after leaving the military can suffer difficulty readjusting to civilian life again especially if coming from deployment. This is another great help to them!

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  14. Hi Tony, a nice gesture from your end for the Veterans of this country! I really appreciate your efforts in doing this and bringing the word out to the world. I encourage you to continue your efforts in the right direction and as the saying goes.. you get what you want in life when you help others get what they want in life ๐Ÿ™‚

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  15. That was a very interesting topic, but very different from your other articles that I have before.  I think that Rally Point is something wonderful for our veterans, they definitely need more appreciation than I feel like they receive.  It is also great that they are able to get free tickets through the Vet Tix program.  I know that some events can get really expensive, so it is great that they are helped in that way, too.

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  16. I really appreciate your consideration about sharing helpful resources with Veterans. My grandfather was a Veteran, and I am grateful for companies specifically designed to help improve the lives of Veterans. I wasn’t aware of RallyPoint or the services it offered, so I will certainly be sharing this information with my Veteran family members and friends. Thank you for teaching me about it!

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  17. I am always pleased to see ways we can help out our veterans!  I feel that many times our veterans can be overlooked, and this looks like a great way to help them in a multitude of ways.  I also love that RallyPoint helps active military members as well,  by giving them guidance and support that they might need.

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  18. Howdy Tony Hamilton! Thanks For Sharing this list of platforms for Veterans! I know a couple of Veterans who will be glad to see this! VETTIX in particular is a great organization that helps veterans and their families have fun. It cares about connecting the community with those who have served.

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  19. I myself am not a Veteran. Because of an underlying condition I am not allowed to Serve. But I have many, many friends and even more family members who are members or the USAF, NAVY, and ARMY. And the majority of my uncles have served and both of my grandpa’s served, including one of my grandmas. 

    Both of these seem like great organizations looking to do something amazing for the people who are in the military or have been in the military.

    I wish there were more groups or organizations that could do more for the soldiers that come home. We lose too many people that need help and can’t get it. There is not reason for this.

    Great article, Tony. 

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  20. It’s so nice to see a website where military personnel can network with one another through a professional network. I’m sure that it’s tough enough being away from their families. Having that extra level of connection with one another within the different branches of the military, I’m sure, makes life better and easier. 

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  21. Okay! Getting ti read about your friends and the ones that have really made it big in this business makes it rather encouraging to say that you are one of the very big gurus in the market and surely, learning and following the guidance of sometlone like you will always be a benefit to us all. Thanks so much for rjsfaing this here

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  22. This is a valuable post indeed. We always need to make sure to support the people who have served our country and sacrificed so that we can experience the blessings we hold. Both of my grandfathers served in the navy and I have the utmost respect for them. One of my favorite support networks for veterans is the Wounded Warriors Foundation. 

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  23. Hello, Tony, RallyPoint, I think, is an excellent opportunity for soldiers on duty and veterans since it allows them to expand their professional network, particularly in the private sector. The free event held in honor of your country’s service is a fantastic idea. I encourage anyone who has a loved one serving in the military or a veteran to spread this good news.

    Thank you very much.

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  24. What a great idea for our men and women who have or are presently serving in the armed forces. It sounds likes LinkedIn for veterans. I think there is a lot of value in creating a network strictly for veterans to connect with others to build their respective professional networks. Veterans already have a connection from their service to our country; RallyPoint builds upon that connection and camaraderie to help vets grow and improve the quality of their lives after their service. If you’re looking to validate or research RallyPoint, it was first developed at Harvard’s Innovation Lab and since then has won several awards and accolades.

    But it’s more than a professional development network platform, it also has social and mental health programs to help vets feeling stress or just looking to make friends. RallyPoint provides our vets with a way to connect with others and share their lives. For far too long, we have neglected to care for the men and women who served our country with the tools and support to help improves their lives. RallyPoint is a good start.

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  25. Hey Tony, 

    Great article regarding veterans here. I, myself, am not a veteran, but I belong to a family that is full of them from all different branches of the U.S. military! I’ll pass this article, along with all of the other articles you’ve written for military veterans, on to them! 

    Keep it up, Tony! 

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  26. I think the idea behind this is fantastic. While I am not or ever was a member of the forces my father and his brother, my Uncle, were. I was lucky, my father came home. My Uncle did not. It is a great idea to help those who serve freedom to find a career either inside or outside the military when they return home. To help them network is a great idea. Anything that helps them is fantastic, post traumatic stress syndrome, or shell shock as it used to be called, is frightening for both the person going through it and the family. To help anyone in this situation is beautiful.

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  27. This is incredible; I was greatly inspired by this post. Rallypoint is a great achievement by two veterans. It will greatly assist aspiring candidates in pursuing their military passions and networking with military veterans. Rallypoint will be extremely beneficial to people! I’m hoping that this blog post reaches out to individuals and raises awareness of rallypoint. Thank you for sharing.

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  28. Hello, I was wondering if this website is for anyone or only for veteran’s . Because  I am not a veteran myself but am looking into your website and I am interested in it myself. So can anyone look into your site or just veterans is my question for you.

    Thanks Mason

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  29. Hi Tony,

    RallyPoint is a great initiative for army veterans. In a world where networking became a basic necessity for anyone to succeed, army personal are the most in need of such an innovation.

    Those guys must implement and work on a certain “Life Strategy,” and reading your post here, RallyPoint comes in handy in this case, especially with its 2nd place award from the Harvard University.

    I hope that this initiative will break the borders of the USA and be implemented in different countries!

    Thanks,

    Jordan.

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  30. Great Topic! We need to do more for the men, women  and their families who are currently serving our country. Not to mention the help and benefits for the men,women and their families of those who served in the past is severely lacking.

    Hopefully your post can help some Veterans or current service (men/women). I guess my only question is if you have anymore suggestions for sites that help veterans,current military and families like those? If so maybe add a few more of them. Unless you were already planning on doing another post with them.

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  31. Hi Tony, 

    I read your content and I thought it was very informative and if I were a veteran It gave me direction by clicking on your links and images to find out more information. I also liked how your drop-down top navigation menu is presented. It was very organized. Although I was a little confused, by the other articles (reviews – HoneyGain & Optavia) not related to your veteran’s page, maybe I just missed something. Otherwise, your page is well presented,

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  32. As an Australian Army veteran myself I thought this site was awesome, even if it was for US Military.

    The site is obviously geared up to help veterans in many ways and the content was really informative.

    As I am an Australian veteran I was not able to access Rally Point so wasn’t really able to see what that was about, as was Vet Tix, however both awesome sites and something I may also consider for Australian Veterans.

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  33. U.S Military’s Rally Point Site is a fantastic way to experience multiple advantages for our own gains, both mentally and socially. I value your website to benefit my viewers about gardening.It can increase entertainment value and is a major asset.  The advantages of presenting natural riches locally with about the scenery will influence anyone to visit your website. The ability to show examples of an image can say so much, equaling a thousand words.

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  34. Hi Tony,

    Thanks for sharing, RallyPoint seems like a great venture and must provide lots of valuable support to veterans.  I think it is sad that charities and organisations like this are doing things like this which should really be the responsibilities of governments.  They ask men and women to be ready to give their life’s for their country but then in turn don’t provide support when they need it.

    Regards
     

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  35. What a wonderful post you have here about the US Military’s RallyPoint site.  I never had the honor of serving in the military, but I was a physician in the VA hospital system and came to really appreciate military veterans.

    It has always been my opinion that these veterans deserve our eternal gratitude and anything the VA medical centers can give them.

    This looks like a wonderful place for military veterans or those in active service to network and explore employment opportunities if that is their wish.  One major problem many veterans have is that of loneliness, and this site may help that problem by allowing the veteran to establish online friendships.

    Thank you for pointing me to this site.

    Dave.

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  36. Wow rally point is awesome I have a family member that’s a veteran that’s been looking for ways to connect and I think this might be perfect for him. He struggled a lot with the loss of brotherhood and connecting with people without that level of trust and dependence.I think this is really really cool that they’ve gone and done this and I’m absolutely gonna be passing this along to him thank you

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  37. Dear Tony, you have an interesting site which is able to direct veteran friends and family to key sites that would be of benefit to them, these being Rally Point and VetTix. Your brief description of these site allows the reader to understand the intent of each site and to encourage them to read more. Your grammar throughout the site is good and easily read.

    The layout of the Home Page is quite plain, but maybe you like it that way, but if I was cruising the internet and came across your page, I’m not sure I would not stay long. It needs to present more pictures or content that would encourage me to stay and read more.

    I like the Become Healthier Page as it holds a lot of convincing information about the collagen supplements. People reading this would surely be enticed to buy the product but I would suggest that this also be advertised on your Home Page.

    I enjoyed the site! Thank you and best of luck to you and your site!

    Ted

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  38. Hey Tony. Thanks for having such a diversified site with so many interesting articles. And that’s a great picture of you back there in 1988. Pretty cool!

    I will refer this to anyone who I think would be interested. I have lots of family members who served and I think they would be interested in this.

    Thanks for being there.

    L,

    Sammy

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  39. Hey Tony,

    Thank you for writing this informative and helpful article about veterans. I think organizations like RallyPoint and VetTix are very important for the health and well-being of our veterans. Things like PTSD, depression and anxiety are all things that are common for veterans after coming home from a long service. Being able to access a community and interact with others just like them can really be beneficial in making their transition as effortless as possible.

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  40. This would really be a good network for veterans. Haven’t heard of RallyPoint before but it sounds that it has a great community that would really be helpful to the members. Sometimes, you would like to talk with people with the same background because they could somehow get you. And this is one for the veterans out there!

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  41. It’s great you are supporting these causes Tony, veterans world over are very overlooked. I have read a few things on your site, and you always make time to champion these causes. Full credit to you, as it is great to have a supportive passion. I don’t know the overall causes themselves, but it seems like an excellent thing to champion. Good on you!

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  42. This website is very confusing  to me. I like the idea of providing resources for veterans.  However, the site itself is technically  very jumbled. I think the mission or purpose of the site could be  presented  much more clearly.  Also some blogs to provide information would help alot. Maybe more information on the front page would help. Also an explanation of what is on the sight.what purpose do each of them serve. What is your objective  with the site?

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  43. I am from a Military Family- my father and all my Uncles were in the Navy.  I am familiar with how important it is to have resources for Veterans.  RallyPoint sounds like an excellent program and one that is definitely needed.  I think it’s interesting this program was developed at Harvard.  I will recommend RallPoint to others that may not know about this resource for Veterans.  

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  44. This is amazing , really inspired by this post . Rallypoint is super effort by 2 military veterans .. this will help aspiring candidates big time to pursue their passion in military and network with military veterans . People will benefit immensely from rallypoint ! hope this blog post reaches out to people and creates awareness about rallypoint . thanks for sharing 

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  45. Hey Tony.  After looking at your site, it looks pretty good in all, but I noticed your “About Tony Lee Hamilton” page is not loading off the drop down menu. 

    Also, about your screen width.  Did you set it so that all your text is RIGHT AGAINST the edge of the screen on both sides of the monitor.  I’ve tried two different monitors on my end, same result.  I would set the margins to no wider than 72 characters per line (if that’s doable). 

    I also noticed that when I click on a link to any page, your website shows a texted map of your links, then blanks it out and replaces it with a template from your theme.  It’s possible that the templates you’re using are not compatible with the version of WordPress you are using, or a plugin.  Ask tech support online at WA to click on your links to see what I’m talking about. I’m using MS Edge to view your pages.

    On your niche page, I’d create a few widgets to the right of your page to advertise all your niche links.  You have many, so maybe Widgets placed on both the left and right hand of your screen, attaching a pic above each link instead of just a text link.

    I love how you have the banner on the bottom for the Insiders Guide to Affiliate Marketing.  The only big issue I see is when I click on any link and it shows this text map of your links before a template kicks in and covers that up.  Good luck!

    Tony, I definitely want to Thank you for your service.  

    Peace,

    Trent

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  46. I highly respect everything you are doing with this page. I like that you are giving back to the veterans.  I will be sure to pass on the links to my veteran family and friends. Thank you to all veterans who have served and thank you to those who are serving today! God Bless!

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  47. My hearty affection to Tony Lee, the Online Digital Marketing Veteran for bringing to the RallyPoint, the glorious network of the US army. RallyPoint is a helpful and root spreading network of the USA army persons that provide chances to the other US army personals.

    The Veteran Tickets Foundation provides free and discounted tickets to currently serving military, veterans, and their families.

    Vet Tex chooses events that interest them and their families regardless of physical level or age.

    Having all these facilities available have made the US army unique when they hope to give every veteran a free event in honor of their service to the country.

    Will it inspire the US young to take part in the US military?

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  48. Thank you tony for bringing this to light, this Vet Tix would really do a great good especially for those retired and disabled to still be InTouch with the military life there were used to and still have fun while they connect with others vets also through this events. my cousin in Texas just joined the United State Military and we so proud of him. 

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  49. Tony — This is a great post especially for those of us who are veterans.  I served in the Army for 3 years in the early 70s and am always anxious to learn about new programs and ways for veterans to connect, like RallyPoint and Vet Tix.  I am confident that your blog post will be valued by veterans and their families.

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  50. Hi there, RallyPoint is a professional network available to all United States military members and veterans. It’s a great resource for military members.

    RallyPoint is an online community where you can hear veterans share why they support RallyPoint and why it’s important for veterans to stay connected with each other and the military community.

    Any US military member can connect with members of the military community by interest, unit, civilian experiences and deployments etc.

    If you need military mentorship, connect with currently serving military to help you navigate hurdles in your military career.

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  51. Hey Tony, I really enjoyed reading about Rally Point and VetTix. My middle son was in the military for eleven years and is now a veteran. He’s never mentioned either so I will be sure to ask him about it.  I enjoyed seeing the picture of you and your dad. Thank you both for your service.

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  52. The topic is a great topic. I  am a veteran myself of 4 years in the army National Guards. I been out since 1980. I notice from reading on the topic of the Vet Tix that it didn’t discuss much on the vet that served and they are out of the service or the retired, the ones on disability, or that just need help where they can get help or questions answered.

    These are some of the questions that I been running into since been out. I notice vet like myself that were release at a young age and was not given any knowledge feedback of their benefits or how they work until it was too late to use them.

    I have seen vet go to, or was sent to the VA for information and when they got there they were heard out, spoken over to feel out the wrong paper work and getting result on the wrong subject from what they went in for.   

    Our vet need more attention.

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  53. The topic is a great topic. I am a veteran myself of 4 years in the army National Guards. I been out since 1980. I notice from reading on the topic of the Vet Tix that it didn’t discuss much on the vet that served and they are out of the service or the retired, the ones on disability, or that just need help where they can get help or questions answered.

    ๏ปฟThese are some of the questions that I been running into since been out. I notice vet like myself that were release at a young age and was not given any knowledge feedback of their benefits or how they work until it was too late to use them.

    I have seen vet go to, or was sent to the VA for information and when they got there they were heard out, spoken over to feel out the wrong paper work and getting result on the wrong subject from what they went in for.

    Our vet need more attention.๏ปฟ

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  54. Thanks Tony Lee, I have so many veteran friends and I know that this would mean a whole lot to them as well because they would love this opportunity on the internet, and though I’m not a veteran, I aspire to become one soon in the future, thanks digital marketing veteran again for this amazing piece, I really appreciate it

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  55. Hello, friend, Tony Lee. Again you give us really important details about the tool: so it is owned by the military. Rally Point. Many good people would trust the military better than they trust businessmen, when your article would serve as an effective marketing tool for those who read it. Well done. Once more it is great information. 

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  56. Hello Tony..

    Nice hearing from you. Rally point has done a lot for the veterans ever since 2012 and is still a great network to be in. 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.

    Great network indeed.

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  57. I do see that you have made an inconceivable site. It looks boundlessly enlightening. In any case, I would propose adding really more substance and some more pictures to it. Or of course surely totally undeniably strongly maybe some connected records would be fine other than. Regardless, wrapping, it looks uncommon and standard, Simple to consider and appreciate. You made an ideal appearing.

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  58. Hello Tony Hamilton

    I think the content you provide will help military families new and old. Personal development and Community are great places to start for anyone. Adding photos and some personal information that shows this touches your life as well is wonderful. Thank you and your father for your service. 

    How long did you serve Tony?

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  59. Free tickets to have some fun with friends or family while also thanking them for serving our country – that’s pure awesomeness. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for this Tony! I really appreciate the time you took to share this with us. Your recommendations will come in handy for my friends and me. Have a good day too!

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  60. Thank you for caring to bring new things to us as technology is advancing. I’m just starting out as a developer, and I’m sure that Patreon will be able to assist me. Thanks for making such a great suggestion. Fantastic post; I’m looking forward to seeing you take yet another big step forward in this direction.

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  61. Wow, RallyPoint is a Linkedin for military veterans!  What a great idea. Having the Joint Chiefs of Staff supporting the project gives it a lot of credibility.  It is incredible RallyPoint won the world’s largest startup competition.  That is some accomplishment.  Hosting free events for veterans sounds like a terrific way for them to network.  I look forward to hearing more from you regarding RallyPoint.

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  62. hello,

    This is really nice, considering what the militaries does for Nations, they are definitely suppose to have access to tools like this, my grandad was military so I know how human they are. Having a platform to help them relate is not only a relief but a mora boost and a way for them to feel alive aside from the military life. Thank u.

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  63. A shout out to all veterans; thank you for your service. These are worthwhile sites to share. I know many of my friends and family would be interested in the free event tickets for veterans. I clicked through to the site but found I needed to be a veteran and create an account. I will share this site with my friend.

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  64. I had never heard of RallyPoint, but I think this is a terrific initiative of the 2 military veterans of Harvard Business School. It is great that military people who are serving the country and sacrificing so much of their own lives, can use this network to improve their quality of life.

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  65. Hi Tony,

    Amazing piece of content there. Although am yet to meet some veterans, you’ve shared a very powerful experience they have when serving in the military, Rally point indeed sounds like a safe space for military professionals. Having an environment to network and share for the prosperity of their lives and well-being is amazing.

    Thank you for this great article. I will definitely share your article with my friends!

    All the best,

    Sergej

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  66. I am not an American, but I found that RallyPoint is a website for a specific group of people (Veteran Friends), which is an online business project in the vertical field, so it is easy to get succeed.
    I don’t know much about this website. Will this website expand its business model in the future, do you know?

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  67. I am aware of the trauma that can be suffered by veterans from the armed services, so any platform that allows them to network and receive support from each other is a really good thing. RallyPoint looks like a great organisation and I look forward to hearing more about exactly what it does in future posts. 

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  68. It is awesome that there are entrepreneurs out there helping different groups of people. While I don’t know any veterans myself, I can only imagine what kind of things they had to go through throughout their lives. It is great that people have developed systems such as RallyPoint where veterans can connect and network. I’ll make sure to share these sites if I meet any veterans.

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  69. Thats a nice post to see on any site. It is good to take a little time out from the hustle and bustle of our daily business to share our respects and also encourage others to do so as well in a way that may bring some good from it. Great post as always Tony. Thanks for sharing!

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  70. Being an immigrant in this country helped me understand some perspectives about how the US treats the military and veterans. I appreciate it and also join in their support and development. So any platform that specifically caters to veterans is a great thing for the community. I will be adding this to the list as well to link up some veterans I know who need this. thanks again. 

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  71. It is my first time to here this program Rally point for Military and i think it will be good for veterans to develope their network and make money. However, I have something to understand, is the program only for veterans or any body can join the program. Let me here from you Thanks

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  72. this subject is very exceptional and provides a niche with very oriented keywords which reduces the traffic but on the contrary it ensures a maximum of useful clicks … since it puts the action on the retired soldiers and their families who are very numerous and which all carry the same chagrain and aim to integrate efficiently and easily with life in civilian clothes after the army.. this integration requires multiple psychological efforts to be able to forget the terrible moments of the war.

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  73. waoh. really thanks for sharing these events and programs dedicated to military and veterans who have offered their services to protect the country. this is commendable tony for you to help spread this message to help our veterans and i will help spread the message to reach more who may be in need of these services

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  74. It is very nice that you support the veterans so well, it is not often that they get any form of thanks or praise for the work that they have done, in fact society tends to alienate them, so you having their back means a lot, I truly hope that your message reaches far and wide and that support for the veterans can multiply

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  75. Very good post that will help a lot of veterans, Thank you for creating very wonderful information that many will surely benefit from it. Soldiers suppose to treat well because they are passing through a lot, so they deserve a very warm welcome any time they visit home or their family.

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  76. As a Veteran we used VetTix often up until the Covid outbreak. Hoping for things to get better soon. They used to have so many great shows it is really a great organization and worthy of your charity donations if you’re so inclined. Thank you for sharing these organizations with us. 

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  77. Hello, I am very pleased to be aware of Rallypoint Network, that provides support to those that serve within the military and giving much more. Many people rely on services as these and VetTix for reassurance and guidance, a hopeful and worthwhile online environment, that gives for progression. Hats off to your dad for serving within the army and you’s both look very alike, awww! 

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  78. Nice website and you want me to comment on the topic.  I think it’s great to be able to target veterans and helping them in the digital world.

    As an observation, you might want to look at the pages they seem to be off or too big for the screen.  The writing is right at the edge of the window on my laptop.  I have not seen it on my phone.

    Also, you have a lot of interesting topics, you might want to categorize them in different groups.

    Otherwise, great job!

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  79. Hey Tony Lee Hamilton thank you so much for sharing this amazing piece of work here. Though I am not a veteran, I have so many veteran friends and I Know they’ll appreciate this article so much if they get to see it so it made this so special to me and I know they’ll love it as well

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  80. For you to have veterans like these, it means that so much more is really going g I to it all for you.I just value what has been shared here andi think that sso much Kore can still be done on our path to make sure that a lot more of things are done the right way through this here. Thumbs up to you for sharing with us all here.thanks

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  81. Hi Tony

    This is so uplifting!

    For far too long have our men and women in military been overlooked and forgotten about when they have placed their lives and futures on the line, an immense sacrifice.

    Veterans past and present are so honourable and this platform gives them that support they deserve.

    Truly amazing!

    Janine

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  82. My husband is a veteran.  I see that these tickets you are writing about is only for current serving veterans.  This really is a great way to honor our veterans.  I truly believe we owe all of our freedoms to every man and woman that has served honorably.  Thank You to all of you.  I wish every program open would be available to all veterans.  Current and past.  There are many ways our older military personnel still need the same help the current veterans need.  They are all men and women that went through a lot and need our support and gratitude.  Not downing this program.  Just wishing every program was open to every vet.  Thank You for taking the time to write about some of the benefits available. 

    Connie

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  83. This is interesting info, although I’m not sure if I understand correctly. It says for veterans, family, and friends – does this mean it is available to anyone who simply knows a veteran, or only to the actual veterans they know? Like what are the exact guidelines for approval or membership? And is there any element of proof that is required? Either way, thanks for the info, and God bless.

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  84. Hi Tony
    You have come up with a novel idea to introduce Rally Point and Vet Tix. Both the sides seems to be very promising and inspiring. Sometimes it becomes very necessary you network with the like-minded people and share thoughts but it is always a doubt on the authenticity and safety of environment. If these two can be taken care buy these websites, then it’s really great .I will be visiting them.
    Thanks and regards,
    Gaurav Gaur

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  85. It’s quit interesting to know that a program like this is formed help both the military veterans and the ones active in duty to help improve their life. It’s also good to note that the events ticket is free and discounted. I really must appreciate the effort of those two military veterans for thinking and creating this. God bless them richly.

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  86. I have found that one of the most under aided industries in America is our military. I had no clue that something like this and I am relieved to see that veterans and active military members can utilize this platform to obtain the tools they need to succeed. I will be looking into this more and recommending it to any military members in my circle.

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  87. What a cool thing that Vet tix is doing! 

    I hope that they are able to give tickets to every single vet who wants them!

    And RallyPoint also sounds like a really interesting thing as well! Any platforms that have and offer the best tools possible to succeed are amazing platforms in my book! 

    Thank you for adding so much value here!

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  88. Thanks for this post.  It’s very interesting and heart warming to know that Rally Point was set up as part of a process to increase the quality of life of Veterans.  Engaging with like minded people in a community and events is a great way to honour their service and enhance their social lives, which is really important for them.  

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  89. I loved your sight , it is filled with information you can learn from ! It has also the heart of America in it I do say that about the Military . America would not be were we are today if we did not have Military fighting for us. I am so grateful for you reaching out and letting the vets know what is available to them . So many go threw so much and half of them never seek the benefits that are rightfully theirs. I want to thank you for speaking up and sharing . Many instances it is the family that needs the help to get the veteran help .  Thank your Dad for his service . 

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  90. Tony I am so excited to see were this goes, The military is so important to every one and so many have been forgotten after they got out , Many need that help and allot have no idea who or how to get the help and support . Yours is with lots of information as well it hits the heart . Thank you for doing this and tell your father thank you for your service.

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  91. Hi. It is very good that you create post about where veterans can found support and also they can found people who understand them. There are many veterans wit post traumatic sindroms and if they can found support it will be better for them and they families. Helping them and understanding veterans make big difference in they life. 

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  92. Hey Tony, thanks for sharing this with me,l never knew that Through entertainment, shared interests and community activities Veterans can reduce feelings of stress, rekindle relationships and reconnect with their community. Thanks for the new idea, you re very good in writing articles thanks for sharing this with me tony.thanks man

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  93. It is good that veterans have websites they can access for information and help. It shows they are appreciated for their service to their country and that can only be a good thing.

    Wonderful that you highlight the availability of assistance and encourage others to share the information to benefit more people.

    Good post with helpful information to aid others.

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  94. Hello there, RallyPoint being founded in 2012 by two military veterans at Harvard Business School  was really a great achievement because it is being used to help make military life better. Backed by two of the US military’s recent Joint Chiefs of Staff, RallyPoint connects its members with their families. Thanks for sharing this wonderful piece of information.

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  95. Hello there, Thanks alot for sharing another beautiful piece of information. It’s always a great pleasure coming across your articles because it is always very educative and informative. I love this alot because in life, it is necessary to have a good peer pressure of people that can make you better. So having veteran friends is one really great and important idea.

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  96. Hey Tony! Thanks for sharing! I have heard about rally point before.  It has a wide range of work and exciting task load on a day to day basis. The company is young enough to allow for interns to take on real projects and make meaningful differences in development. I really recommend it for Veterans

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  97. This is a very important article to share with everyone

    I very much love VetTix as it recognizes veterans and the sacrifices they have made to the nation at large. The sacrifices are not only done by the veterans, but by their families as well. There mission of enriching the lives of our Military and Veterans by providing reintegration opportunities and family bonding experiences is very inspiring at they do exactly that.

    Our veterans and their families need all the support they can get as there are many challenges that come with being in a military.

    Wonderful article indeed.

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  98. Veterans and currently serving military members deserves our care, praise and appreciation. I think Rallypoint is a great way to protect the interest of those that serve us with their life’s. They indeed deserve the best opportunities while they are active in service and when they are not. Thanks Tony for sharing this, I’ll spread the word.

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  99. I really enjoyed reading about RallyPoint, what a great concept. I’ve never been involved with the military or even been around these people but I have great respect for what they do in our society. They make it possible for me to live a safe life in the world. It is awesome that this club helps veterans to make the most of their lives and their education.

    I will keep both of RallyPoint and VetTix in mind for any future friends. I loved the photo of your dad.

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  100. What a great organization! Veterans are always being overlooked and underappreciated! Please tell your dad thank you for his service. I love that there are organizations providing veterans with services and honoring them. At the same time I am saddened that there is a need for them. Our soldiers should have full care waiting for them when they get home and be honored the way they they deserve. I really appreciate that you are promoting this for those of us that did not know about it. I wish you and your family the best of luck!

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  101. What a great organization! Veterans are always being overlooked and underappreciated! Please tell your dad thank you for his service. I love that there are organizations providing veterans with services and honoring them. At the same time I am saddened that there is a need for them. Our soldiers should have full care waiting for them when they get home and be honored the way they they deserve. I really appreciate that you are promoting this for those of us that did not know about it. I wish you and your family the best of luck! 

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  102. Great support for military veterans – RallyPoint professional network and VetTix Veteran Tickets Foundation. It’s great that you’ve shared this information and can also reach as many interested people as possible with your help – currently-serving military, veterans and their families. I’m from the other end of the world, but I know you have problems with veterans who often fall into mental health problems and illnesses, are homeless, and forgotten by the whole world. That’s why this network and foundation really seems like a great opportunity for them.
    Friendly greeting,
    Nina

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  103. This is an amazing concept and I Love it! It’s great that there are options for veterans once they leave military roles, as it is well-known that some veterans have a hard time adjusting once they get back to civvy life. Kudos for the starters of this platform and I wish everyone involved great success! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  104. Hi there,

    Thanks for this post about resources for veterans. I too agree that our veterans are some of our mos timportant citizens and should be treated with an appropriate level of care and compassion. These programs seem to be doing great things for our veterans. Thank you for sharing this information.

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  105. Hey Tony. Very important article. It’s great to see that there is something more in web then only focusing on money and commerce. I love the idea of VetTix, people ho gave so much to the country deserve help and support. I appreciate providing  this info, such initiatives should be promoted and shared everywhere.

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  106. This is something quite admirable to assist Veterans to be able to attend sports, games, concerts and many other events. Highly recommended as it helps Veterans to reconnect and become part of the community again.
    A great initiative and one that serves the Veterans well.
    Thank you or bringing this to our attention.

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  107. wow, i actually found this very good because i have so many veteran friends that i know would appreciate this article so much so i had to get to share this to them as well. thank you so much Tony lee hamilton for this i know that they would definitely love this as well.

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  108. The story of Rally Point is so interesting; how this Rally Point connects its members and gives them the best tools to succeed while in the military, and beyond. Meeting veterans and coming across this kind of stories gives motivation and courage in whatever we do.  I am pleased to meet you Mr. Hamilton and thank you  very much for the important information you always share, which helps us a lot in growing our online businesses

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  109. Hi Tony!  As a Veteran, I appreciate you writing this article!  I have been a member of Rally Point and Vet Tix for years!  They are both great!  I appreciate you bringing these platforms to light for your readers that are not familiar with them!  Thanks for taking the time to educate!

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  110. Thank you for this information about Rally Point and Vet Tix.  It is great to see services like these that help our veterans, especially in ways like this that are beyond what you’d normally expect.  I will be sure to tell any veterans I know about these programs.  I appreciate your post and the heads up.

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  111. Hi there!  Such an amazing review!  Thanks for taking time to share this detailed and educative piece about rallypoint. I am so glad I came across this. It’s always a pleasure going through your articles. I had fun going through this. This was indeed very helpful to me and I must say I learnt something too. 

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  112. Hey there! 

    nice article I got to say, even though am not into the military I got to say this is actually a very nice idea, like wow a means to keep you together with your fellow military men even while in service and after service you still get to keep in contact with your ex service men, do thing together, get messages passed a crossed to you and above all keeping you all connected to one another 

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  113. My dad is an Air Force veteran and my son is getting ready to join the military.  So this hits home to me!   I am excited to have my son join and am so proud for sure.  I think veterans deserve a lot, they defend our country.  Thank you for your service Tony!

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  114. I had a colleague who was a veteran of the Iraq war. He told me that one of the hardest thing that a soldier has to face after he had quitted the army was to survive in the cold, distant regular society. He missed the brotherhood and that “I got your back” mentality. I think that he would have smiled, reading this article. This is a great way for the veteran to build a business and find again a part of that feeling that they have left after their service.

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  115. Interesting Tony, this a connectivity tool that keeps the armed forces engaged with the rest of the world while on duty. I really admire the network as releases the stresses these men and women go through protecting their beloved countries, I wish other nationals could copy the same. It further assist the troops with career opportunities which is a very commendable piece of human development. Thanks

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  116. How clever to create a platform for veterans and military personal to connect and keep in contact with their fellow military servicemen and women. It wasn’t something I’ve heard before but my niece is in the airforce and I think she’d really enjoy this. Thanks for the share, I’ll have to send her over. 

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  117. Hello Tony, I have one question here. Do you an estimation of how many different social media accounts should we use? Currently, I have an Instagram page set, but I wonder if I should also create a YouTube profile or others. You have done a lot with all that you have given here and I have so much that I’ll be giving a try because I have seen it here 

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  118. Wow, this is very nice indeed, I have cereal friends so I felt this very differently and though I am not a veteran, I enjoyed going through it and would also definitely share this to my veteran friends as well so that they would get to benefit from this amazing article as well. Thanks so much for sharing this, I really appreciate

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  119. Thanks a million times Tony for taking your precious time to share this post about the veteran friends, this are our hero’s nen who sacrifice the life for us while we live our own life’s then stare at death in the face everyday and risk there own sanity to keep there county save they are the true hero 

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  120. I would not find it shocking that yin have such friends as these because yoga re at the top of the ladder and you have access to the right people that can akke the right things work out well enoughandn this is really amazing to see with us all. I like the way you have presented this and I think a lot more ways to makes he difference. 

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  121. Hello Tony, Thanks for sharing. I think it’s really important that when you are into a line of making money, you have to get the right friends. It’s really great learning alot from one of the my best affiliate marketers in the world right now. I see it as a great privilege. I thank wealthy affiliate for the opportunity.

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  122. As an army brat I grew up with some of these benefits for the military, in regards to grocery shopping, movies, and housing. We even had our own high end restaurant that served delicious food at a low price, we often dined there. At that time, the internet was not a thing yet, and so I am glad to see that these benefits for the military are also shared online. VetTix is a great initiative and so is RallyPoint. Definitely worth sharing.

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  123. Oh, when I first saw the name of this post,I thought that it meant something else not until I decided to read it by myself did I truly understand what it means and now I see that you are telling us about some of your friends who are into the army and military and it is truly nice to understand and learn about them here on your website. It’s really a good thing. Thanks for sharing with me.

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  124. Thanks a lot for sharing this article, it is a god one and it has a lot if things to teach people most especially those who are wanting to get into the online business working world. Thank you for considering to out it out here and making it this understandable. Thank so much for the love, its Nice.

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  125. Lovely Article Tony! Thanks for sharing it. Glad to know their are still opportunities for Veterans out there.  Rally Point advocates a return to the Founding principles and personal responsibility as the keys to restoring America to its previous greatness. Also VetTix is also great platform. I would share it with friends.

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  126. Hi Tony 

    Thank you for sharing RallyPoint US Military’s Professional Network with us. It is a great idea to connect military Veterans and their families. It is a great method of giving back to the people who made life-changing sacrifices. At a time like this, a professional network can be a great place and source for much-needed business connections with a good cause. 

    All the best 

    Louis Munro 

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  127. Tony, thank you for this information for veterans! I have many family members In the military and I will be sharing this information with all of them. If it wasn’t for the veterans we wouldn’t have the lives we have today. I’m very thankful for everyone that is serving or has served and I would help them in any way I can.

    Your Friend, Johnny

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  128. I think Rally Point is a great initiative to assist military variant to develop themselves and for those who are in the army, to find a way to improve their life. This also helps prepare for a fruitful life past serving in the army. It also presents better opportunities for those still in the army, to progress in their position. Knowledge is power.

    Vettix is awesome to allow the Army families time to bond with their members and entertainment events. There can always be a fun activity for the family when their army members are visiting. These events can be so expensive at times.

    Thank you for sharing these awesome initiatives.

    Ntlhane

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  129. Hi Tony,

    Too many veterans never have an opportunity to do anything when they return; your article show and shares information on how they can become involved with many different digit programs. I feel it is important for the people that serve our country to have the ability to join a life that has rewards, meaning and opportunity for them to get back into the real work force. Thanks for sharing, Tony.

    Joseph

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  130. RallyPoint. Nice name for a network. It’s like some kind of movie that by the name itself, I’d be interested to see the preview if not watch it directly. I love watching movies about war and military movies with a dramatic twist and turns. My favorite is Saving Private Ryan. Well, it’s a good thing there are sites like these for military, veterans and their families and good job for sharing this.

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  131. Interesting post and I believe that there are many vets that would like to give a shot at this. Many are looking for opportunities either in the military or private sector but don’t have the know how and where to look at. This network seems to be the ideal one. Great work!

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  132. I didn’t know about these, this is great info I appreciate it, my grandfather served in the Korean war in the US army, and also was in the US air-force. I’ll have my grandfather look into these. I’m sure he’d love to get an event ticket and go do something fun every once in a while.

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  133. This is amazing post. You always help worldwide friends to start and develop their bussines online and that is very nice from you! More people should hear about this and start bussines in digital marketing. Thank you for sharing this information about US Millitary’s professional network – RallyPoint!     

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  134. Thanks for the RallyPoint review, Tony! Wow, it’s interesting to know RallyPoint supports its members with tools and everything they would ever need to become successful during their military days and afterward. I’m impressed at the fact that your father had been in the United States Army for seven years. Good to learn about the Veteran Tickets Foundation – that provides discounted and free event tickets even to those serving at the US Army currently! Thanks.

    Joyce

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  135. Hello there!

    That is an awesome and enlightening piece. Military Personnels are really trying and they deserve due care and good treatments from the government. One god part about the Veteran Tickets Foundation is that it provides free and discounted event tickets to currently-serving military, Veterans and their families, and even for immediate family of those killed in action. That’s considerate.

    Thanks

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  136. RallyPoint sounds very impressive, good to see they are looking out for US veterans.

    I am from Australia my friend we have similar organisations over here for our ANZAC veterans. 

    My sister Inlaw is currently posted in Washington DC she is very high up in the RAAF. I have never served but think it is very important to support the people that have served for their countries.

    Keep up the good work

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  137. Wow, just a amazing  story right there. Being able to connect with other Veterans is priceless. My Dad was in the war and I know how war can leave some permanent damage to you. Fantastic place for all of the people that have been in war to share their experiences and battles.

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  138. The story of veterans is so exceptional, and to me although not in the military and never been one before, will like to take the lesson from here, and fight so hard to ensure that am not in helpless position either or later in life, I will therefore take up my responsibility of making this an opportunity to stay financially stable and sufficient.

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  139. Wow Tony, thanks for the share! These are two really great resources for veterans. Sometimes it seems as if there is not enough resources for our veterans. Being able to network with individuals that can relate to you makes RallyPoint a helpful, opportunity filled network for our veterans! Definitely worth the share, thanks again Tony for another informative post!

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  140. Hello Tony,

    Thank you very  much for dropping a very interesting article on Veteran friends. Thinking of this topic and trying to get Veteran friends, the first person I will want to be friends with is my favorite affiliate marketer Tony. Not only he has changed a lot of lives with his motivations and inspirations but hee has such a great personality.

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  141. Unless you’re a veteran yourself or a family member it’s hard to truly comprehend what these patriots have endured and sacrificed.  It’s wonderful that this is dedicated to them and their needs and that it’s offered by fellow vets who truly understand.  Service to country is not a one and done event and many struggle with life after service.  I truly salute this initiative.  It’s a gesture of undying support and appreciation for all they’ve done.  Well done!

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  142. It’s great to see networks built around such honorable causes like this.  In the era we live in now, your net worth is only as good as your network as they say.  It’s good to know that veterans can rely on each other for professional development after they have served.  It isn’t easy finding employment at times so being able to find others trying to grow is a valuable asset.

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  143. Hello there, thank you so much for sharing this. this is a very awesome piece and a very detailed one. I’m really happy I came across this.  I’m so excited I learnt about rallypoint from the year it was founded to what it actually entails and how rallypoint enables one to build his or her own professional network and connect to the military veteran 

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  144. It is a pleasure being a veteran friend/family. You have been of great help to the general public and has been an inspiration to me and other beginners and even top marketers as well. It will be my pleasure sharing these sites with my veteran friends. Thanks for all you have done for us here

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  145. Hello Tony! I am surprised by the scope of help you are able to provide even for those in the military. I myself am not in the military but I have seen your other posts and they have been very informative and helpful. I can’t even begin to imagine how hard trying to adapt to that lifestyle can be. Any resource can help significantly and this is just one of those assistive programs!

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  146. Reading about you gives me so much inspiration and I’m happy I got to know about you through a friend of mine. It’s nice to see that both you and your dad are veterans. Rally point is a good platform to use and connect those veterans who are no longer in touch and it’s nice to see someone was very thoughtful to do something like that. 

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  147. I am doing exactly the same thing as you. Your work schedule is something that I want in the future for myself as well. Vance is lucky to have a dedicated father like you. There are lots of veteran out there are I really hope there is something fit them doubt because getting back to a routine kids may not be really easy at all. It’s very good to share this information 

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  148. I am doing exactly the same thing as you. Your work schedule is something that I want in the future for myself as well. Vance is lucky to have a dedicated father like you. There are lots of veteran out there are I really hope there is something fit them doubt because getting back to a routine kids may not be really easy at all. It’s very good to share this information 

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  149. Hi there Tony Lee Hamilton, the digital marketing veteran. Reading about you gives me so much joy that I just feel inspired and want to be as great as you. It’s nice to read about your veteran journey and even nicer to see that you and your dad are veteran friends, how awesome? RallyPoint seems like a very good platform and a beneficial one. Thank you for this Tony 

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  150. I’m not sure if we have an organisation here in the uk similar To this but what a wonderful way for military personnel and retired people to stay connected in an environment they are used to. It looks as if there is something here for everyone. I love the idea of free or discounted tickets for events. It’s so important for retired or even serving personnel to adjust back into family life and feel a part of a community. 

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  151. Thanks for sharing this, it has been very insightful and it very good to reach about the friends of  veterans. I’ve been into online businesses for a while a na I know that it’ll be very helpful to have people of great minds to help you with your  endeavors online. Thanks for bringing this has.

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  152. Thank you for sharing this here. Though not everyone gets to become a veteran right up but it can always be worked out around it over the long term. I just like how you have given all these reviews here and I honestly think that a lot more can be made use of. Thanks so much for sharing here. Thanks

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  153. Hi Tony,

    It is great to know about Rally point and vet-tix sites. I will keep a note of it and will try share with my friends.

    I was unaware of these sites and am happy to know about the veterans a little more. I carry a deep respect for their service. I would definitely try to help out.

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  154. Haha wow what an interesting article! This article kinda hit home for me, as I have two family members who are military veterans, my sister and her husband. I wish they knew about this opportunity when they were in the military, but I’m happy they’re taking steps to make life better for veterans. Thanks for sharing!

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  155. Oh,I didn’t know what this veteran that you shared here meant. I actually thought that it would man the veterans that are into affiliate marketing. I guess this retired ones know sso much about so much and it’s also a beauty to learn about all of this. It’s good stuff. I would also like to connect with them too.

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  156. I feel thrilled knowing that there are sites specifically created to contribute to the well-being of veterans in the US army. I did take time to check out each site and I must say that they have a lot of fantastic stuffs to offer. I will definitely share thiese sites with my friends and make sure they also share it with others.

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  157. I love what rally point does, although I don’t have any veteran friends or family, I believe I can still share it to friends of friends probably they’ll know a person or two that would benefit. And you don’t have to say thanks, you’ve added so much value to me with your content, this is just a little thing to do

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  158. Thank you for presenting this information, as it’s good for veterans and non-veterans to know about.  I am glad that there is an organization such as RallyPoint.  Keeping vets connected and offering useful tools is a great plan. I wish them a great deal of continued success. I had no idea such a group existed, and am glad they are supporting the many veterans who deserve that support.

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  159. thank you tony lee Hamilton, for sharing this article here, its always a pleasure to go through your articles. This article was really an amazing one to go through, though I am not a veteran, I know some and I know that they’ll definitely like this, so I will just share this with all my veteran friends I know 

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  160. As a veteran myself, I will definitely check out these two sites. It’s hard when you get out and no one really understands what you’re going through. I have been looking for an organization like this for a couple years and I’m actually surprised more of my vet friends don’t know about this!!

    Thank you once again

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  161. Thank you for sharing this information. In as much I don’t understand what it means to be n the army neither do I have someone in the army, I really like the fact that these two men created a platform for our armies to feel appreciated and communicate with their families. 

    We appreciate them!!

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  162. Finally  we have a veteran digital marketing. RallyPoint connects its members and gives them the best tools possible to succeed both while in the military, and beyond. Rallypoint is doing a really great job.  And I hope it get better.  I wish I could try this and give a positive comment about it.  Tommy Lee is doing a great job.  

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  163. As someone who has served, I thank you for this. Thanks for promoting RallyPoint; it really is a terrific professional network, designed to support and boost the personal and professional lives of servicemen. Great picture with your Dad; thanks for sharing. I look forward to having a better look at VetTix you posted above – looks intriguing! 

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  164. I like this article a lot. Its really well put together and to the point. I also like the drawing of your caricature as Captain America, really good stuff. I think Veterans would really appreciate the insight and advice of a fellow military member. keep writing those articles! Thank you for your service.

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  165. In past years, or at least until social media became popular, there’s been social media platforms for the everyday user. Every user of different backgrounds use social media, but this is the first I’ve heard of one that strictly target members of the military’s interest. No games played, this site sounds like some serious stuff. As much as our service men and women has done for our country, they deserve their own special site regarding interacting with each other and job opportunities. 

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  166. Wow didn’t that such network for veterans exist! I have actually seen RallyPoint while browsing the net but I just ignored it since I thought it was about protesters. I must say that it is really good for our war veterans to enjoy and share their moments with others as well. And to think that they might get the chance to reconnect with their comrades is just so pure. If ever, I will be acquainted to a war veteran, I will definitely recommend RallyPoint to them.

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  167. Hi There,

    I find it really positive to know that you have set up a scheme to help you and others and rally point must be doing great with the attention it seemed to have gotten as it progressed. It’s a great idea and giving people that extra bit of a chance to build a business outside of the military is great and I can see how it ranked so high with the Harvard Business School. Keep up the great work and good luck.

    In Friendship

    Jonah

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  168. Thank you Tony Lee, I really like the fact that you are making platform for me a place like home, I feel like I am not even new here because of the way your articles makes me feel. And for being here, I already know what Rally point is, and I am sure that in my many days I would be here, I really am going to get acquainted with a lot of things here, thank you.

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  169. There needs to be more done for veterans, because they put their lives on the line for their country and I can only respect that, even if I’m not from the states. It’s really great that you came up with this, and all I can say is, respect to you.

    If you have more posts like this, appreciating the unsung heroes of the world, do let me know so that I can read them.

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  170. RallyPoint sounds like a great network and one that benefits those in the military. I feel its so important that these sort of networks are set up for people who are/have been involved in the military. In some other countries governments and systems do not do enough to support the Military which is just not good enough in my opinion. 

    Thank you for sharing this post and thank you to you and your family for serving in the military. 

    Thanks, 

    Joe 

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  171. Hello Tony! This is an awesome review you’ve got here on rallypoint. As a VA partner my dad told me that, RallyPoint has nearly 2 million members. Those members have created almost 6 million online posts about military and Veteran life. I will definitely share this post with him, 

    thank you for sharing with me.

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  172. Hello Tony! One of my best articles in your websites have to be articles about yourself because reading about you gives me more inspiration. I’m glad to see that you’re still in touch with your veteran friends and what makes it even more interesting to me is the fact that your dad too is a veteran. Thanks for sharing your experiences with us Tony 

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  173. Hello there!

    That is an incredible article you have there and it is super amazing. I actually do not have a millitary career, neither do I plan on having any one but I have friends who so much desire to have a military career, I will do well to let them know about RallyPoint and how benefiting it can be to them.

    Thanks for sharing that.

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  174. Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece of information with us. I must say I really did enjoy going through your review as it contains valuable information who needs to be aware of. I think through rally point veterians who killed all injured have been taken care of including their families financially emotionally and otherwise

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  175. This is really cool concept!  I actually have never heard of this before and I have a lot of veterans in my family. It is sad to see how so many are not being helped and are falling apart on the inside.  They try to be strong but, we know.  I feel even the smallest gesture can help in a big way.  I will be telling them about this and hopefully it puts a smile on their face! 

    Thank you for all that you do for our countries veterans.  We need more people like you out there!

    Angela 

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  176. 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. Thanks for this ineresting and educative article

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  177. This sounds great. It would be nice if something like this existed in my country. I am sure that bringing together family members of soldiers as well as the family of those killed in action and providing support to everyone would mean a lot to them. I totally agree that through entertainment, veterans can reduce feelings of stress, rekindle relationships and reconnect with their community. Too bad something like that is missing in my country.

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  178. Dear Tony,

    I love this tribute to patriotism! We both are military brats, my dad was also a career member of 3 branches. The support we lacked when he was hospitalized made a tough start. I will share and promote this, and with the passion only liberty provides.

    Thank you for the great information, and paying it forward for the valiance of our military. You give me inspiration and hope.

    Sincerely,

    Nurse Becca

    -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

    In loving memory of Albert Martin Nixon, US Army, Navy and Marines Veteran

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  179. Hello Tony
    First off, Great Article, really awesome and informative. This is an absolute epic piece, but that’s what you always crank out Mate, We can sink our teeth into this and really go to work. This happens to be the first Time I am coming across this, I am happy to share with friends in the military.
    I am looking forward to reading the plethora of articles you put up here.

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  180. Thank you for making the great and educative post. I am glad I came across it today cos it an issue I have always wanted to look into and today I got the opportunity on a platter. I have always wanted to start something online and I think I am stating real soon 

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  181. Thanks for this very great article. I have been able to gain a lot of knowledge from reading this article, and I am very positive that this knowledge will be very handy not just to me, but to everyone around me, later in the future. I am very thrilled about acquiring this vital knowledge.I must say that I have gotten to learn a lot about from reading this article. This is all quite new to me and this is the first time I am getting to know about . But from reading this article, it doesn’t seem so much like the first anymore as I have gained enough knowledge and have become even very familiar with .

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  182. Hi Tony,
    Rally Point looks like a worthy cause. One I can certainly get behind. Too many military veterans come home and are unable to be properly reintegrated into their communities. This is by no means their fault. However, organizations like this one provide a great way for them to do so. As such I applaud the efforts of the founders.

    Where is the Rally Point event held yearly? Do they have a central office? Is there a way for non veterans to give to this organisation whether financially or by volunteering? 

    Looking forward to your feedback.
    Candy Benn

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  183. Veterans aren’t appreciated enough, even though we have just had a Veteran’s Day. They deserve better because they have done so much for their countries. It is wonderful that there is an online community set up for them to come together and both network, socialize and learn about other ways of making a living for themselves.

    I will surely be sharing this page with the few Veterans that I know as they may enjoy joining up with a community of like-minded people.

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  184. Thanks for this post. I think it’s a shame that in the U.S. there’s not a lot of support for veterans. I say them every day on the streets homeless. No one who has served their country should end up homeless. So I’m grateful that Rally Point exists to help veterans network with each other for support in helping them to re-enter society and prior to re-entry. I think it’s a great idea to give away discounted or free tickets to anyone who has served their country. I think everything should be free for veterans because they serve us.  Thanks for your article. 

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  185. This initiative by Harvard is very commendable, especially looking at the fact that those men put their lives in front just for the sake of this great nation, it’s a sacrifice very few can ever make or have made, in exchange for that any idea or plan that will be meant to better their live and that of their loved once is something that should command the support of all citizens, both the government and the private individuals.

    Am so pleased to read this, as this the first time and reading such information concerning veterans. 

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  186. Hi again Tony! This is a very wonderful article on veteran friends. I am super happy with the fact that you have kept your food friends from military up till this moment. It’s even more exciting that your father is also a veteran, this is really great if you ask me. Reading about you makes me happy and I am really glad I came across this. Thank you 

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  187. It’s nice that there is a platform out there that is concerned with the welfare of veterans. Coming back from war, most of these people have problems with reintegrating back into modern society so it is important that they can find a place to be comfortable and relate with others like them and also make money from it. 

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  188. Awesome post and it’s great to know that there are legit places that offer help to veterans. I’m a South African and although have never joined the forces, my entire family history is military based. Actually I think I’m the first male, on my father’s side not to have served.

    Thanks for sharing this and keep up the great work

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  189. Rally Point is an interesting idea to help Veterans and their families.  A place to reconnect with others who are also getting themselves readjusted is something I could get behind.  Adjusting with their families and work world, takes some time.  Then getting to enjoy some entertainment. As a successful life after the military service affects so many others, events that are geared to provide what they need seems to be a great idea for those who need this support. It is a worthwhile event and goal to be able to invite each veteran at some point will allow all to attend.

    Glad to see that you are associated with this event.  Sami

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  190. Hello there, I must say a very big thank you for putting out this awesome article for us I know it would definitely be of great help to everyone out there that sees it…I have heard few things about Really point I since then I have been looking for ways to get to know more and I think this review says it all.

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  191. Hello there! Thank you very much for sharing this wonderful piece of information.  I find it very interesting to read as it’s really educative and contains valuable information one needs to hold on to. It’s nice to see that you’re still in touch with your friends from the military and also nicer that you and your dad are veterans, it’s something adorable to see. Thanks for sharing your story 

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  192. Hi Tony and thanks for sharing this. It is a very worthy thing to be drawing attention to all efforts and activities to help veterans. We have been regularly donating clothes, toys, and books to the veterans. They had stopped collecting because of the pandemic. But they recently restarted collections so earlier this week we had months of accumulated stuff stacked up on our porch. I am afraid my wife has some compulsive retail therapy habits and our daughter is growing not only out of clothes but out of books and toys too. I think the VetTix program is a wonderful initiative. I fully support these programs. Best regards, Andy

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  193. So that pulled me back a little bit. But with reading this, my doubts have been confirmed and I am very good to go. Internet scams right now are numerous, so one has to be extremely cautions and viligant. However Tony it’s a pleasure to be here to see all of this information and I hope to come back to get more

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  194. Thank you Tony, I must say that the Soldiers are one set of a people who sometimes do not get the due credit expected. I am happy VetTix pays attention to this because those soldiers go through a whole lot and I think getting tickets for free might help them through some kinda traumatic experience during the war, who knows…

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  195. first off nice work for putting this out there …i think people should know about this especially people with military standard… just found out that  Rallypoint is community allows current military members and veterans to connect, explore career opportunities both inside and outside the military, and engage on topics important to the military. very nice work Tony

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  196. I love this!  This great country could not be what it is with our military men and women.  They deserve access to programs like these that help them to overcome the stress that often accompanies the life they have generously chosen. I’m sharing it on my Facebook.  I have encouraged my friends to pass it on, especially if they have experience with these programs.  Thanks for sharing, Tony!

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  197. Thank you so much for this writeup. It is interesting to learn about RallyPoint and it’s fascinating benefits. It is a great tool for networking and massive career opportunities. This read will help me in life and this article will stick with him forever. It will definitely be useful for people taking interest in going to the military.

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  198. Hi Tony, as a veteran myself serving four years in the navy as an aircraft handler, I really apreciate you sharing programs that are out there for vets. I fully intend on visiting Rally Point to see if I can reconect with some old navy friends that I have lost track of. Thank you so much for sharing this subject. Have a blessed day my friend.

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  199. Thanks for this interesting article, I should commend your efforts here as it  has made it very possible for this article to come out and be helpful, knowing about veteran friends is a very insightful thing and I thank you for sharing it. I’d look forward to getting more acquainted with this kind of articles.

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  200. Thank you for sharing this. I love reading true life stories and true life stories have a way of encouraging, inspiring and kind of a guide. Thank you for taking your time to do adequate reviews on this life changing journey embedded in the article. I think the plan was just to help few or certain set of people, and now its reaching out to the whole world

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  201. Good one here to actually see these here. You know being able to actually see it all and being able to focus and being able to really just stick with what works alone. I value all these that you have shared here. This is definitely well worthy for me out here. Surely good enough to see here. Thanks for sure

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  202. You really know some wonderful people that are also into thing and I think that that rally point is a good place where all of you are able to come together and see things and share your experiences. I’m eprso Aly not a a part of the military or was a veteran either but it’s a good to know this.

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  203. Hi Tony! I’m glad to see that rallypoint helps you build a wider connection and helps you provide help to your veteran friends. It’s also interesting to see that both you and your dad are veterans, this is really awesome and nice. I hope they achieve their work of giving every veteran a free event to honour them as they really deserve it. I’m happy that you and your dad are together on this. Such an inspiration 

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  204. Thanks for sharing this article about veteran friends, it is a very interesting article to read the and I’ve enjoyed every bit of it, from the beginning of it to the end. It’s good if we’re always able to appreciate the military personnels we have all around as they are out there fighting for out safety. Thanks for sharing

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  205. Hi Tony, thanks a lot for sharing information about RallyPoint. I had never heard of RallyPoint, but I think this is a terrific initiative of the 2 military veterans of Harvard Business School. It is great that military people who are serving the country and sacrificing so much of their own lives, can use this network to improve their quality of life. 

    Thank you for sharing this information with us Tony and thank you for sharing the image of your father and yourself too.

    Best wishes,

    Jude

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  206. Thanks for the links Tony lee, i prefer the first link tho, for the fact that RallyPoint won the world’s largest startup competition, and placed 2nd in the Harvard Business School Business Plan Competition. It would be a better option for anyone. I commend  VetTix too for providing free and discounted event tickets to currently-serving military, Veterans and their families, as well as immediate family of those killed in action.

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  207. Hi Tony, I appreciate your article and the website links you shared. I don’t know much about all of this as I am from Europe and a completely different world. However, I cheer for your service! It’s good to know you other than from the affiliate and online marketing world. You have a quite a busy life. 

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  208. I tip my hats out to you and your family. Thank you for serving our country and fight for the freedom that we have. RallyPoint seems like a great way for the members of military to connect and support one another. VetTix also seems to be a solid way to provide discount for veterans their families. You guys are amazing and we appreciate everything what you guys have done for us and for this country! Blessings!

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  209. In life is always important to be in touch with good friends no matter how close or how far they live, with the internet we all have the chance to find again old friends no matter where they live. If keeping in touch with good friends is important for everyone, keep in touch with people who have been together in times where were hard or were they need to be part of a team will be important too, I like the way, you always share some valuable information to help everyone, this time you’re helping Veterans to keep in touch to them. 

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  210. Because of my circle of friends( as the saying goes) over the years, not being that wide, i don’t know of any veterans personally, even in the UK. Yet what you have done is such a wonderful thing. May the veterans never be forgotten!

    Being a digital marketing veteran you can so relate to the many in and out of the veteran field. How long were you in the armed forces for Tony? 

    As technology is invading everywhere, everyone really should be learning about the modern techniques(including me)

    The safe environment, career opportunities and professional networking that Harvard developed at Rally Point is so attractive, not only to veterans but to all who come across the US Military’s professional network. This is definitely an extra secure bonus for the veteran’s career!

    What has your feedback been for all veterans, no matter how long their service has been?

    I know of a few friends who have studied at Harvard. So to be placed 2nd in the business competition is quality enough!

    The Vetrix advert is brilliant!

    If ‘vet’ stands for veteran. What does ‘tix’ stand for? Ticket?

    Loving the slogan.  A well deserved foundation for all veterans and their families!

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  211. Grand salute to all US veterans!

    Thank God for these two sites founded for the welfare of our valiant veterans. I have relatives who are in active service, and I shall be proud to mention RallyPoint to them, if they are not already aware of this.

    I have included in my plans to give support to VetTix. I believe this foundation is doing a great job of providing ways to uplift those families of noble peace keepers.

    God bless and long live, Tony and all veterans!

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  212. Hello Tony Lee Hamilton.

    Thank you for sharing this network, I think its best for social network for military veterans, I didn’t hear before this network, its the first time to hear here in your site  I also like the VeTtix  Free vent tickets for veterans on how it beneficial for all veterans.

    Thank you for showing you military loyalty

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  213. I had a friend who retired from the military and became a hunting and wildlife tour-guide. He would take soldiers out for weeks who had PTSD and other ailments and they would go hang out and camp, hunt or fish. Is this kind of what this is about also?

    Great respect to our military and everything they do for us!

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  214. What a incredible post and very heart warming and inspiring that people are taking this seriously. My father was in the SA navy and he was considered lucky because he wasn’t put in the army. The army was a vicious place to be at the time. Thanks so much for the great read !

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  215. It is kind of you thinking about our veterans, who risk their lifes to protect our county and our liberty. Our veterans deserve our respects and helps. It is so nice to see that there are special organizations devoting to our heros.

    I have some veteran friends and will inform them the information of your post. RallyPoint is certainly the place for our veterans to be succeeded in the military and beyond.

    My friends will be happy to have access of VetTix and the free event tickets. You are absolute right that through such program, veterans and their family and friends could share entertainment and interests so that they colud reduce feelings of stress, rekindle relationships and reconnect with their community.

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  216. Thank you for bringing these programs for vets to my attention. I am not a vet, but I am a very strong supporter of them in several of the programs. I have not heard of these before, but will be looking into them to see how I might promote and support them.

    Our vets, such as your father, are part of what I consider the foundation of our country’s past and future. Honoring them in these ways is just a small token of thanks to each.

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  217. Rally point is a great place to get answers from Veterans who is trusted and whom relationships can be built with. The company is a professional network serving the US military and its veterans, empowering military personnel to take greater control over their own careers. The community allows current military members and veterans to connect, explore opportunities both inside and outside the military.

    Thanks Tony Lee Hamilton for sharing this.

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  218. I think it is a great Idea with the Rallypoint and Vet tix. I think it can help many veterans and affected families connecting to the community more having a community to be a part of of like minded people. The Vet tix  giving veterans and families  free experiences to events is a good gesture and something that actually can make a difference in someones life. Good to know that it is possible to donate and actually make a difference for someone.

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  219. Wow just look at VeTix’s poster, looks like a movie. No wonder they won on the world’s largest startup competition, and placed 2nd in the Harvard Business School Business Plan Competition, I would would totally vote for them too! It’s a great initiative for army vets, I wish every country has this too, I’ve never heard of one from my country though.

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  220. What a great opportunity for veterans and their families.  Thank you sharing this that we may share it with our family and friends.  I am sure that Rally Point has benefited and will continue to be a benefit as it helps to make military life better.  Active military personnel can take advantage of this and be prepared to return to an inactive status with career opportunities.  Thank you for this share as I have both military and veteran family and friends.

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  221. Thank you Tony,

    What a great idea for veteran and their friends and family to get together within a community. I can only image the camaraderie within the veterans and these things should be shared and stories live on through their families. I also imagine that in hard times that the support will be so purposeful to all.

    I will share so that my American friends and family are aware.

    Thank you

    Imelda

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  222. I think that this is a great choice if you want to take your military career a step in the right direction, while also having the chance to meet like-minded people and make real friends. This is an opportunity that will allow you to get experience for the real world after your time in the military is over, and there’s no reason to not take advantage of it.

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  223. RallyPoint seems like a noble cause because I have heard that a lot of retired military personnel find it hard to get work right after they retire given that they may not have acquired the skills during their time. The capability to connect with others on a network will really help as it can be a lonely journey after retirement and online. Thank you for sharing with others so that they can connect and continue earning money.

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  224. Good day Tony Lee Hamilton. Thanks for using this article to share your connections of your friends and family members who are veterans, and also businesses and companies owned by veterans that offer great services to the US military. It is also nice to see that your dad is also a veteran. Like they say – like father, like son.

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  225. Thank you for sharing these resources with us Tony, so that we may be able to share them with our friends and family who have served. It is awesome that these companies are helping veterans network and look for career opportunities but also giving them discounts for ways they can use to spend time with their families. 

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  226. Wow, I had no idea the US military had something like that. That’s beyond awesome the way I see it. I bet it really does make the military life better. And does so to the extent that social media like Facebook never could. Not in a million years. Plus, I bet it’s a really inspiring place as well, a place to meet a lot of really great people. 

    But other than that, the rewards they’ve got probably is a really good indicator of the value the platform brings. Cheers to that. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  227. Hi Tony, Thank you for sharing these resources for Veterans. It’s great to find these sites that exist to help out the Veterans who protect and have protected us. I’m going to share this with my veteran friends and family just in case they aren’t aware of these websites. I think they will find them to be useful resources.

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  228. I must say Rally points seems to be a nice platform although this is my first of even hearing about them but I believe they would have a lot of potential since they are been endorsed by the military, right now all we have to do is get in and start building our businesses.

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  229. This article is a good resource for our Veterans (Active and Retired) who wants to create a network with other veterans to strengthen working and business relationship.  I think this is a wonderful idea because there are thousands of veterans out there that are out of work and it is a sad fact.  When other veteran’s build a business to help other veterans I think will help alleviate some of the unemployed veterans here in the states. 

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  230. Glad to have a platform like RallyPoint that gives back to the man of service the same way they do for their country. RallyPoint is really a rare platform. VetTix on the other hand is really a wow idea, a man of service should get extra treatment, a lot happens in the field from losing mates to facing immense trauma. Veterans should really get an easy way to entertainment that helps calm their minds. 

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  231. I appreciate Tony for the work done as a veteran,.. Working to serve your country could be a huge responsibility indeed. You and the others are the true gurus indeed. Rally point is a great organisation that was formed to make the military life better, as you know the military life can be not all good. Thanks for sharing Tony.

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  232. It’s great to see something like this, because it’s hard enough for some veterans as it is. Although not a veteran myself, I know several. Many of my veteran friends suffer from PTSD. Some also have other problems like TBI and issues with joints and limbs. Some are already struggling to make the transition to a non war-time environment and that adds to the difficulty of doing something particularly challenging, such as starting a business of their own. Being able to connect with others in similar situations is priceless, as those individuals more closely understand the challenges they’re facing. Thanks for sharing! I will certainly spread the word to my veteran friends.

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  233. I think Rally Point is a very good network. If you have served your country, you have to get something back. This network gives a lot back, Respect. Helping families from vets is so important, especially those who lost a loved one,  the whole family can enjoy a nice day when they get free tickets for events, great, they deserve it and they sure needed it. Very well done, it was a blessing to read it, thank you, Tony.

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  234. Hey Tony lee Hamilton thanks for sharing this article, rally point really seems like a very nice platform, as it has won the large startup competition (mass challenge) and placing second in the Havard business school which is also a great thing. I just shared it and also told my friends to share it also. VetTix is also nice. 

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  235. This is an interesting subject to me. I have a young family member that is currently active in the military for one more year. This could be beneficial information for him to help him find some guidance outside of that system. I am concerned with him having the support needed to transition to civilian life as a veteran and guidance in finding employment in the private sector. Could Rally Point be a good support system for that?

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  236. RallyPoint sounds like a cool name. It is great that there is such a network for the veteran military personnel to network for opportunities within and outside of the Army. I presume it will greatly help them to transit from military to civilian life / organisations safely and smoothly. Are all ranks within the Army be allowed to join as members?

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  237. What a brilliant idea RallyPoint is. Veterans deserve to have an organization like this look out for veterans who are seeking to become entrepreneurs. One great benefit is veterans can trust RallyPoint to protect them from scams. And that any money making program presented within this organization will be worth pursuing. 

    Veterans have sacrificed so much to defend the freedoms of America, it would be devastating if they got caught up in scams and wounded financially. Although I am not a veteran, I salute RallyPoint for creating this network to provide entrepreneurial opportunities for them.

    Cheers.

    Edwin

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  238. This is so cool that you included this on your website. I really like to learn about you and your experiences. The fact that you have served is something that I really appreciate this website definitely seems to be providing for everyone a lot and I appreciate that. I know many others too. This has been an interesting short read and I enjoyed it. Thank you for what you do and thank you for your services to this nation and our freedom

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  239. This is a beautiful legacy!

    It is an honorable thing to serve your country. And a very fearful thing to see your kid go to the army, I am sure your mother was pretty worried. And your dad was proud definitely!

    I am also glad that you build a beautiful life after the army. And I think events like this one should take place more often to show our gratitude.

    Thank you for your services

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  240. Hi Tony,

    This is a great concept giving veterans a life together during and after life serving the America. It is a great way for them to contribute to themselves by themselves. Nothing could be worry some like life after serving in the military. Worst off very few have plans for themselves. This will be a great platform for my uncle 

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  241. I think RallyPoint is an awesome and small way to show our veterans gratitude for serving our country. We need more companies like this. They need to know we care about them and will be there when they need us. We don’t know what each of them has been through and are currently going through. How can I get involved? 

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  242. I understand that being in the military can be so demanding that the personnel hardly have time for their families, especially when there is a heated war going on. It was great of those two veteran to come up with ways in which armies could connect with their families while both in the military life and also beyond, Rally point is really a powerful tool.

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  243. Hi Tony, I like the topic you mentioned. I work in the military so I understand the complexity of the topics. I think one such network is a must for members of the military. Working in the army is difficult and any support for these people would mean as much as to those who gave their lives for honor and the fatherland. One such network connects people, gives them strength, various opportunities in terms of making life easier and more beautiful, organizing various activities and finding old friends. Most importantly, it provides support to members and their families. I think that something like this should be established in my country too. It is a pity that there is no such a thing here in my country. 

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  244. Interesting article for a real soldier. I believe that soldiers are important in our lives as they protect the community at large. Regarding to this article it seems that this article is quite a good article for a soldier who needs inspiration as it is really from a legend! With no doubts I sincerely believe this article is amazing. 

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  245. It is great and human idea to everyone know and respect all veterans on this planet. But here now young generation  not know for respect to older people and veterans. To many veterans live like garbage 😕, because they not have jobs, the country forget that people and what they are doing. Much respect to you Tony and people who help VETERANS 👍

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  246. I’m really glad to learn about Rally Point.  I was never in the military but my day was and I have many friends that have been in the military.   “RallyPoint connects its members and gives them the best tools possible to succeed both while in the military, and beyond.” An award winning organization with high praise from the Joint Chiefs seems to give it good credentials. I wish things like this would have been available back in my dad’s day. 

    Also VetTix … what an awesome site!  What stood out for me?  I love the idea that vets can choose events that would be enjoyed by themselves and or families.  Many of the vet families I know have a real struggle.  To be able to take the spouse, or the family, to an event is a wonderful way to help lower stress levels. VetTix seems to help make things a little easier.       Thank you for highlighting these awesome sites.

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  247. Hi Tony, what a noble action by the two US military veterans, that founded Rally Point professional network, where the veteran army and their families can relate to each other, and the best thing is the opportunity to create a professional profile, introducing to the others professionally and having great opportunities to grow business. I’ll share this post. 

    Best

    Alketa

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  248. Tony, thanks again for your service – and your dad’s service – to our country. The fact that you have posted these links shows your passion and interest in helping those who are in the military, leaving the military, and their families.

    It’s important that we show our support and give veterans resources that will help them develop skills and other business thoughts and opportunities.

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  249. Really awesome article Tony! 

    One of the few things I wish I could change in my life is never joining the military. I went to the recruiting office when I finished high school but at the time they were downsizing the military and were not taking in new recruits in the field I was going for.  I then started down a different path and gave it my all. 

    I have many friends who are veterans and am very thankful for their services! With that being said, I intend to share this information on my site and try to help spread this information to help out as many members of the military I can.

    Thanks for all you have done!

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  250. What an extremely worthwhile organisation. Although I am an Englishman I greatly respect and I am truly thankful for the sacrifice the men and women in uniform have made and continue to make in order to keep us safe and enjoy the freedoms that we have become accustomed to. 

    It is really good to know that the US service men and women are given access to this type of support network not only when they are serving, but more importantly when they leave. 

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  251. Short, sweet and great history lesson there Tony! I didn’t know RallyPoint won the world’s largest startup competition and placed 2nd in Harvard Business School. What an amazing feat and a real testament to what one can achieve with drive, passion and good old fashion hard work

    I believe that is truly awesome that programmes like these exist. They give Veterans so many options to help themselves.

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  252. Hello there Tony, thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful piece of information here with us. I really did enjoyed going through this beautiful article. I have gone through a lot of your articles today and i must say they are all well educating and there is always something to learn from it.

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  253. Rally Point is very interested and glad to see a program designed to help veterans. Many veterans are not recognized and do not get any support at all after they retire, its like their service goes ignored. All veterans need respect as they put their lives on the line to service our country and protect out rights. They even go away for months at a time away from their families and get treated badly. I will be sharing this article with my followers. 

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  254. Hey Tony! Thanks a lot for dropping this article. It’s nice to see that your dad also is a veteran. You keep on setting standards for your supporters and those around you. This article was indeed very interesting to read and also highly educative. I’ve learnt a lot about veterans just from reading this article alone. Thank you Tony, I look forward to seeing more of your works. Can I be a veteran too? 

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  255. Men and more recently women, often give their lives willingly in defence of their country. Some survive and live relatively normal lives while others experience psychological distress and at times lose their families and friends. Others find themselves in financial distress and without help, will make a mess of their situatuon. Knowing that there is help would greatly assist such vets. So RallyPoint is doing a great work to help those who are in need of it.

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  256. What great programs and benefits for service men and veterans. I think it is great that someone thought to create and provide something like Rallypoint to aid veterans and service men in suceeding in life. Being in Branson, Missouri I have seen first hand how good people can be to veterans and service men. All the theaters here give a discount to veterans and veterans week is a huge deal here. So the program Vetix makes total sense to me. Such a great thing to provide for those that have given so much.

    Thank you for sharing these websites and I will certainly pass them on.

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  257. Wow, thank you for informing this information. My uncle is also a veteran, so he will feel helped when I inform him about RallyPoint. It’s nice to hear a website dedicated to empowering the veterans out there. They contributed a lot to our country. I will give him the link to the website and ask him to check himself. Thanks

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  258. These are great sites and organisations that do so much to support military personnel in many different ways. I hadn’t heard of Vet Tix before, but it sounds like a great initiative and a lovely way to recognize the service that military personnel have given to the country. Thanks for the article Tony.

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  259. Hello! I love your website as you provide different knowledge and sources to readers. I feel great that there are organizations to help the Veteran.  

    I used to study history as my elective subject in high school and I am really interested in history. Therefore, I know the difficulties of the Veteran. I feel happy and peaceful to know that they are taken care of. Thanks for your information.

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  260. This is such a great program. I am hearing of it for the first time, but I can see so many benefits of it. Because of the network model, integration into life, post service, will definitely be less traumatic and it will provide that gradual healing as they keep connected with others who understand the issues. One of the best features I see here is the involvement of families. They too will find help in healing and getting their family life back together. Excellent program.

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  261. For army veterans and sometimes service people are it’s hard to find yourself fending or thriving in the society and most times you may end up wretched so it’s good that there are programs like these which have the interest of these army people at heart and strive to provide the best for them. 

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  262. Although I was unable to service during Vietnam, your article was great news.  I have 3 brothers-in-law who served during that era.  Of course, they are older now, but all involved in some way in business.   This seems like a great way for them to connect with other veterans about business or just to develop like minded relationships.  They would not be eligible for assistance with event tickets, but I will pass this information on to service people I know.

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  263. It is very important that there are ways that veterans can connect with one another, so it is good to see that there are sites that cater for veterans. Veterans play a big role in any country and it is awesome that RallyPoint will help them with job opportunities. I have not come across VetTix before, but what a great initiative to provide veterans with free access to events that they might not otherwise have been able to go to.

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  264. Hey Tony I really love this article, I get tired of searching for veteran’s sites actually i am not a vet yet but i do have my uncle who is and i think it’s great i have find it here so i could let him know about it. And this will serve as a useful point of contact for veterans and families for guidance and other sources of help. Well thanks for putting this through.

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  265. Thank you for the information, this is such a noble thing to do. Army veterans deserves to be honored. Not only that, programs like this are a must, that will look after their wellbeing even after their years of service. The event is also equally important to reconnect with former colleagues and to wind down.

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  266. RallyPoint is a great network for service people past and present to keep in touch as well as look for work opportunities. I know a lot of them when they leave the service do struggle in civilian life. I really feel more should be done for veterans. Sharing this information far and wide will help a great many service men and and women. Thanks for sharing.

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  267. Hello Tony Lee Hamilton, Thank you for sharing this informative and resourceful article. This article is centered on veteran friends. This is my first time of hearing of rally point and it really is a nice idea. The idea of making the military life better using the rally point is a a nice idea and I’m glad it worked out the way it was meant go

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  268. We need to ge grateful to veterans as you. We enjoy peace and are a great nation in part thanks to the hardwork in the military field keeping us safe.

    These programs and initiatives such as RallyPoint are good. But they are not enough compared to all the sacrifice you put yourselves through.

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  269. I want to first thank you and your father for your service, and best wishes for your son! Thank you for providing this information for veterans. I’ve never heard of these. It is very important for vets to be able to go to different events, allowing them to get a sense of well-being again.

    RallyPoint also looks promising. It’s awesome that it gives vets so many options to help them succeed. I think it’s awesome that a program like this exists. I’ve often wondered  if, and where, vets could go for help to get back into the ‘mainstream’, if you will. This would be a great opportunity. It will open doors to many different opportunities.

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  270. Hello Tony, thanks fir sharing this wonderful article and I really feel happy about all u have seen here. Some if we go into business with hopes of getting better but we lack the basic knowledge as to go about it. I really like to go into business and it’s been all good all I’ve seen so far. Cheers

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  271. Hallo Digital Marketing Veteran,

    This is a wonderful idea of creating a means of sustaining life beyond military service. And that “beyond” sometimes comes much sooner than one would expect! There could be injury. There could be post-traumatic stress disorder , etc.

    I hope millions of people get to read this article, because being unable to create a living at job termination affects all manner of professionals.

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  272. What a great news for veterans in the military. They have always been set away in the civilian life in retirement, instead of receiving an honorable life after service their country. All the best for their founders on their initiative to help the militar family of USA, they really deserve all what the package offer.  Thanks for your information, and hopefully it can help friends abroad the country.

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  273. It’s wonderful that there are organizations for veterans like RallyPoint where veterans can connect with other members of the military and veterans and build out a professional network. I believe people tend to make friends and business partners within the same group of interests and with similar people, because they understand each other better.
    I also like the idea of VetFix – free tickets for veterans and their families.  

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  274. Oh, well I never heard of rally point but it’s so good to learn about this platform where this veterans do their stuff and just gather around. It’s. It a platform that has been put up for a very long time i’m tough but it’d be nice to see. I thought you meant veterans on affiliate marketing when I first saw the name of this post.

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  275. Wow, RallyPoint seems to be very helpful to the military. The fact that it is based on connecting its members and to explore lots of opportunity is just superb. I think it’s a nice thing that those two military veterans did. My friend’s dad is a military veteran and I think I’ll share this with him.

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  276. Hello Tony lee Hamilton, I really enjoyed reading your article “veteran friends” it was such an informative and interesting experience, which I’ll highly recommend to friends and family , my dad was a 5 years veteran of the United States , and I love the fact that veteran tickets foundation provides free tickets and discounted event tickets to the currently serving military, thank you for sharing this great article. 

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  277. What a good Innovation and plan for those in military. Some will labour while in service and still continue with the labour even long after their service(retirement). Having plans for sustainability after service will guarantee a sweet rest and comfortable future. This is an opportunity that should be grabbed by acting military officers in order to secure the future both for them and their children

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  278. What a great idea to have a page dedicated to resources for veterans. The more help that can be offered to them the better for obvious reasons. Both of these websites (I hope you will add more in the future) can offer support and the chance to make life a little bit easier for veterans and their families.

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  279. I think that rally point is a great thing that gives military veterans a way to come together and build things within the community together. I always like seeing programs for the people who served for our country something that’s dedicated to just them that allows them to work together and stay together is a wonderful thing another great article I always enjoy reading your articles Tony have a great day keep up the great work 

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  280. Tony’s veteran friends like RallyPoint which is a professional network in the military. He has long been connected to a variety of professional facilities here and has built a network. Just as there is much to be gained from such an institution, there is much to learn for one’s real life. Finally, I would like to share in a special video group about the ones you have melted down and enjoyed if you agree with me.

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  281. Hi.

    From my research friendship within the ranks is the glue that holds a unit together. It doesn’t matter who a person is, where they’re from, or what their personal hobbies are, friendships forged in the suck become stronger than anyone can imagine. It’s a lifestyle that makes loyalty a top-shelf virtue. So, if you’re a part of the civilian world and you’ve managed to fill the role of a veteran’s good friend, know that they’ve got your back.

    Thank you.

    Aluko.

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  282. My uncle, who served in the military for almost a decade, had the opportunity to be a part of the VetTix program and it is indeed what they claim to be. He had the chance to go to several engaging events as well as his wife and two kids. He currently doesn’t reside in the United States at the moment but he had made some great friendships over the years through VetTix, which is also a great thing.

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  283. Thank you for sharing this amazing information for veterans Tony, also thanks for your service. I definitely will share this to my friends who are veteran or still in the service just in case they want to retire in the future. This is an amazing network that they can join and benefit when they came back. 

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  284. Thanks a lot for sharing this interesting article I’ve enjoyed reading through every line and I’ve been able to pick a lot of useful points from it. Veteran friends is a good idea to share and I’d look forward to seeing more about it. All these Networks are very helpful and would be of help

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  285. We must not forget our veterans who have served to protect us all. There are people who have served in the forces in recent times and in conflicts in the past. If it wasn’t for all the veterans no one would have the life they have today. I am so proud of everything that they have done for me and society.

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  286. Quite a good one to see here. Having the right place and the right motivation to really make the best use of the stay here. What you shared her eis not for beginners like me but also. We can learn and stay with you veterans while being around you guys without really getting into too much more. Thanks for sharing this

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  287. A good bit of information about Rally Point. thanks for this Mr hamilton. I find it so sweet that a company is looking at helping veterans of their army get some free entertainment. It’s very important to show our veterans that we truly care for them, as they have put their lives on the line for us. 

    Freedom is a very important facet of the world today. Only when freedom is taken away do we realize how important it is. Thank God for these veterans. We are free today. It is therefore very appreciable when someone does things for veterans. Kudos to RallyPoint.

    Regards,

    Aps

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  288. Hey Tony,

    Rally Point sounds like a website that’s only going to grow in popularity.  It’s good of you to support your Dad, and all the men and women that serve in uniform.

    I have a great uncle that served.  When I was very young, I asked him what it was like being a soldier, expecting him to start telling me grand tales of heroism and uncommon bravery.

    Instead, he just stared at me silently, and said nothing.  I realized at that moment that he had no desire to relive the past, and it must have been very hard on him psychologically.

    The men and women that keep us safe are on the front lines, and they deserve not just our support, but our respect.

    Thanks for letting us all know about Rally Point once again.  I’ll have to check it out.

    Michael

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  289. RallyPoint – the US Military’s Professional Network is very important to our community. We all admire people who have decided to give their lives for us. One needs to have a big heart to dedicate one’s life to this call. It’s great to know that the Veteran Tickets Foundation provides free and discounted event tickets to currently-serving military.

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  290. This is a really helpful review for those who are veterans.  It was interesting to learn how “RallyPoint was founded” to help make military life better”, helping people to build their military network.  With people so widely dispersed in so many different locations, I can see that this is a really helpful resource. Vettix sounds like an excellent initiative too. Do either of these schemes also work with Allied Nations e.g  Australia and the UK?

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  291. 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

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  292. 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

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  293. 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

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  294. 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 ๐Ÿ™‚

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  295. 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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