Field Report #333 September 1, 2009

New GI Bill will Heighten Work Force
More college-educated professionals will enter the next generation's professional work force as a result of the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki said this week at the American Legion's 91st National Convention in Louisville, Ky.

Top 5 Reasons People Fear Boot Camp
Fear is a recruit’s number one enemy. I have learned what these recruits fear the most and what they don’t fear at all.

New Online Program to Track Students
GradeSpeed is a Web-based program that enables parents to log-in to view grade and attendance data for their student(s). GradeSpeed will be the only authorized and supported grade book used by DoDEA employees in Grades 4-12.

No-Cost Home Security Systems
National Advocates for Military Families has made getting a home security system a reality for thousands of soldiers nationwide.

Deployed Member Benefits
For those currently serving, or having served, we specialize in understanding your financial needs, from deployment to military retirement.

Blog Offers Support to Military Families
The Defense Department has launched a blog called “Family Matters” that is dedicated to providing resources and support to military families.

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  • Waiver denied for no reason.
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  • Poland remembers World War start
  • Send more colorful letters with word 2007.