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    the government support or fail the veterans that have come back home? Veterans who are in uniform have a hard time transitioning to civilian life. Citizens believe that the government, like the Veteran Affair(VA), is helping veterans while others believe that the government has not made any improvements or adjustment to help the veterans in need and how the citizens of the world were right. The research will prove what the government is really doing for our veterans. A women named Michele A. Flournoy

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    Veterans are heroes in the eyes of many citizens of the United States. There are over 20 million veterans that have risked their lives at young ages to help give the nation a fear free life. They serve and protect the land for their children, spouses, parents, family, and neighbors. Yet they are not treated with the love and respect they truly deserve. The veterans took a devastating loss when the “House Appropriations Subcommittee marked up the 2016 Veterans Affairs funding bill, and slashed more

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    Military Veterans

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    in the United States are facing delays in medical care, this is most evident and concerning when it comes to military veterans. Military veterans are experiencing extended wait times in all states, which are affecting their health and well-being. In Phoenix Arizona, over 9,000 veterans have to wait over three months to receive their required medical treatment. The number of veterans needing care is only growing with each year that passes as more service members exit combat zones and the service. These

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    Essay On Veterans Ethics

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    Over the last decade or so we have seen our country fail our Veterans on so many different levels. The U.S. Governments treatment of our Veterans has come under fire because so many of our Veterans are not being adequately taken care of. Some would say this is a mere oversight in our government, but to me it is a lack of ethics. Menzel defines “Ethics as values and principles that guide right and wrong behavior.” When we look at the landscape of our Government beginning with the Executive office

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    and the relation there is between the Veterans office and the military. With all of these different perspectives Hymes S.P.E.A.K.I.N.G mnemonics will be displayed.To begin what is Dell Hymes S.P.E.A.K.I.N.G mnemonics? This is a study of different styles of communication, it is based on the speech community, speech situation, speech event, communicative acts, communicative style and the different ways of speaking. In each of these speech examples the veterans office will be able to be displayed. Among

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    the veterans more and we should be thankful for our freedom. My generation should respect the veterans more because the fought for the rights we have today we should be thankful, we should not take granit for it. Another thing is that they fought and they lost their brother and they fought on even though they were mourning on their loss. The last thing is why should you disrespect your veterans without them we would not have the rights we have today. My grandfather is one of the veterans he fought

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    it has on the military personnel. Veterans go through a lot to protect, serve, and defend this nation for a better tomorrow. But in response to their actions to benefit America, do American citizens and our government do all to support our veterans. Are they appropriately being awarded compensation as of loss, injury, and suffering? With the number of veterans growing are they receiving recognition for all their efforts as an individual and a whole? The veteran population has adapted through the

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    Introduction In 2009, President Barack Obama and VA Secretary Eric Shinseki, set out to eliminate veteran homelessness within a six year time frame (National Alliance to End Homelessness, 2015). While they may not have succeeded in eliminating veteran homelessness by 2015, their plan has certainly set things in motion. In January 2015 there were a reported 47,725 homeless veterans in the United States. This is a four percent decrease from 2014 (The State of Homelessness In America, 2016). In that

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    Homelessness in veterans has become a major problem in Alabama due to a lack of affordable housing and little help treating PTSD, so in order to help decrease the levels veteran homelessness, I plan making twenty donation bags with my youth group every year; moreover, these bags will contain basic necessity items, with the advantage of no longer spending money on these items, homeless veterans will be able to spend money on more important things like finding work. The part of my solution of donation

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    Essay On Veterans Rights

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    The issue that has been addressed throughout this study is veteran’s rights. The issue of veteran’s rights is still being pursued and is near and dear to me. Not only am I a veteran, but I come from a long line of men and women who have proudly worn the uniform in defense of our nation. Between the mindset of the American public, to the cases presented before Congress, this is an ongoing dilemma. Caring for our brothers and sisters in arms is the socially responsible thing to do. However, many

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