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Women In Military History – Fun Facts

Julia Childs Famous for being a chef, author, and television personality, she is remembered most for bringing gourmet cooking to the domestic kitchen. However, feeling the need to serve her country in WW2, she tried to enter military service by enlisting in the Women’s Army Corps (WACs). She was rejected

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D-Day Facts

The actions on D-Day, June 6, 1944, are some of the most incredible examples of human heroism in modern history. D-Day Remembrance Day 2024 will mark 80 years since the day of the invasion. The average age of American troops at Normandy was slightly less than 22. Today, their average

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We Salute The Women Of Our Armed Services

In celebration of the contributions of women in the United States armed forces, FireWatch takes a look at some fascinating statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor1 relating to our women warriors.  They are rare and treasured To meet 1 woman veteran, you may have to meet 69 women. To

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Your Veterans Services Officers: At Your Service

“As advocates for veterans, the Division’s team of state-accredited service officers know the extent, meaning, and application of the laws passed by the U.S. Congress and the Florida Legislature regarding veteran’s benefits. The team provides direct assistance when claims for benefits earned by military service need to be completed and

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Concurrent Care

It’s called the terrible choice. Medicare patients diagnosed with a life-limiting illness are faced with a difficult decision: either continue treating their disease or enter hospice care and shift focus to relieving pain and improving quality of life. They can’t have both. Military veterans with VA Healthcare benefits no longer

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Lost in the Sauce – Benefits You May Have Missed

The Temporary Disability Rating Increase Did you know that if you are hospitalized for at least 21 days or are immobilized following surgery for at least one month due to a service-connected disability, you can apply for a temporary 100% disability rating? Even if you didn’t have surgery but had

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