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Dating for veterans

UNC Greensboro has a proud legacy of embracing veteran students dating as far back as the Woman’s College alumnae returning from service as WAVES, WACS and nurses in World War II.Today, we strive to create a welcoming and constructive atmosphere for one of our nation’s greatest resources: our veterans.

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Thanks to the work you do, there are already lots of people who would be interesting in meeting a single soldier like you. The truth is, people in the army have a lot more going for them than just the uniform.“It took me a really long time to realize that the Iraq War couldn’t define what type of person I wanted to love or be with.”“They’ll stand up in the middle of a crowd and say, ‘You know what, I was a jerk when I came home,’” Tanenbaum said.Angela Mondou, president of Canada Company which helps military veterans transition into the workforce, at a job creation event in Calgary in this photo taken Friday, May 30, 2014.The Veterans Resource Center has a carefully crafted environment of support that allows military-affiliated students to thrive.Canada's commitment to care for injured, disabled and aging Veterans is a long-standing commitment, dating back to the First World War.The placement and admission process for long term care is largely controlled by provincial, regional, or local health authorities.

I'm not sure what the sound was — a car backfiring, a cat knocking over trash can, a wedding party firing celebratory shots into the air.

The assessment and placement process to access most long term care facilities is managed by provincial/regional/local health authorities.

If a Veteran needs long term care, Veterans Affairs Canada can contribute to the cost of care if the Veteran meets certain criteria, for example, military service, income eligibility, and/or whether their need for long term care is due to a service related disability.

The first time he shot a man dead, Omri told me, he cried.

To be clear, my boyfriend was never formally diagnosed with PTSD, which is the case for most military men I know: They've never sought professional help or a formal diagnosis, even though they report experiencing symptoms that are similar to told me in a phone interview.

The noise clearly carried a different meaning for him, one I didn't understand.