ďThese are the ideas that people come to America to get away from.ĒRubio
How should society view a cure for a ailment of limited duration that takes another's life to 'cure'?
It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favor of vegetarianism while the wolf remains of a different opinion. ...Dean Inge
If you believe that then I've got some property you might be interested in.
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From the ACAP online Page:
ACAP is designed to accomplish several key objectives. ACAP ensures all Soldiers who leave the Army with more than 180 days of active duty comply with legal and regulatory requirements to receive preseparation counseling on available transition assistance services and benefits as early as possible. This congressionally mandated counseling must occur no later than 90 days prior to separation and be documented on DD Form 2648. ACAP also ensures these Soldiers are offered an opportunity to receive employment assistance. The opportunity to receive employment assistance also is mandated by Public Law. In addition to complying with Public Law, ACAP fosters and promotes Army retention, both on Active Duty and in the National Guard or Army Reserve, and recruiting. ACAP’s caring dedication to Soldiers and their families engenders a positive feeling toward the Army and improves the Army’s ability to retain and recruit young men and women.
I went through it myself, its not a falsehood that you should be outraged about ASF...
Last edited by Thiebear; September-20th-2012 at 09:39 AM.
ASF it seems like you think things should be handed to soldiers on a silver platter.
Were all waiting for jobs:
and the Youngest of course have the highest unemployment of 19%
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Spotlight on Veterans by Bureau or Labor.
Last edited by Thiebear; September-20th-2012 at 10:05 AM.
Dishonest as Dallas. But entertaining.
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I am a veteren as well I served eight years in the Army I got out five years ago and ACAP served me well. I think that Vets already have a huge advantage in getting jobs as of right now. The reason why that I say that is because if oyu look at the Federal government they already give you 5 to 10 points depending if your diabled or not that. The other reason that I feel that Vets have a huge advantage when applying for a job is that more employers are going to hire you over someone that is not a Vet. I think the main focus should be helping those who are still going problems as the result of the Wars such as PTSD in which I believe we have been doing. I can recall last year a buddy that I deployed with who lived in Oregon was sent to the University of Maryland-Baltimore in order to recieve treatment for PTSD.
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