Other Sites of Interest
Discounts and Financial Resources Guide: For all military personnel (active/veterans etc!) and their families.
BestColleges: Resources for military-friendly colleges, along with valuable scholarship and financial aid resources made especially with veterans in mind.
Best Online Military-Friendly Colleges
Military and Veteran Scholarships
Honoring Our Heroes: A Guide to U.S. War Veteran Memorials and Monuments: This link will educate those interested in veteran memorials and honoring U.S. war heroes. It provides information on each memorial or monument, where it’s located, and how you can tour through them, both virtually and in person. Showing respect for our veterans is a foundational aspect of American culture, and it’s important that we find ways to thoughtfully honor their contributions.
Useful information for military members and veterans interested in buying a house: Resources for Military and Veteran Home Buyers guide from Agent Advice. This guide is designed for agents but the information provided is also fantastic for veterans and military members looking to buy a house. This includes resources for discounts, information on VA loans, and disability housing grants. These are just a few of the resources that would help make this guide a fantastic educational resource.
College Guide for Veterans and Servicemembers: This guide is 100% free and covers the benefits of college, tuition assistance for members of the different military branches, scholarship databases, and tips for college success making it a great informational resource to veterans and military members.
Welcome to Real War Photos: Real War Photos is a vet-owned & operated small business supplying quality photos from all branches of service in all world wars and many conflicts from the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
The Ultimate Guide to Veteran’s Benefits: A Variety of Benefits for Vets.
Veterans and Addiction: Treatment plans by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to support veterans as they recover from substance use disorders.
The Mesothelioma Justice Network at Asbestos.net provides educational resources, support, and information to anyone that may have questions about asbestos-related diseases. The most current and detailed information about the asbestos industry and its health impacts.
Air Force Veterans and Asbestos: This site’s goal is to raise awareness of Mesothelioma cancer while supporting Veterans and their families. It provides accurate information about treatment options, and resources to help patients understand their prognosis and improve life expectancy, all for free.
Mesothelioma Cancer Guide: A guide for mesothelioma patients and their loved ones with answers, information, and healthcare solutions.
Veterans & Asbestos: A law firm specializing in helping veterans and their families affected by asbestos diseases to receive compensation.
Veterans & Mesothelioma: Asbestos VA Claims & Benefits: Free assistance filing or appealing a VA claim. Offering the following and more:
• Free VA Claims assistance to veterans exposed to asbestos.
• A monthly online support group where we discuss a variety of topics pertaining to cancer patients.
• An on-staff doctor and nurse available to answer any medical-related questions.
• Patient Advocates that work 1-on-1 with individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers, and support groups.
The Retirement Living Information Center provides a convenient, easy-to-use resource assigned to assist you in planning and making decisions about your retirement.
The SAFE Association: An international organization dedicated to ensuring personal safety and protection in land, sea, air, and space environments.
Tour of the Ho Chi Minh trail and Beyond: Lots of photos in post-war Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
The Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia (TLC) Brotherhood
Legacies of Vietnam: Lots of interesting info on Nam.
Missing Americans Website: The Defense Department’s mission to account for missing Americans.
Ejections A chronicle of all known ejections worldwide
Closed USAF Installations. A list of Air Force installations in the United States and elsewhere that were closed or redesignated between 1948–when the Air Force Base (AFB) designation first came into use–and August 1, 2001.
Flight Equipment for Sale: American aviation flight gear, clothing, and equipment to museums, the movie and film industry, and collectors worldwide.
Air Force Writer A source for Air Force EPR, Award, and Writing Examples! A reference site for Air Force paperwork issues, mostly supporting active-duty personnel.
Basic Military Training Flight Photos A collection of photos of AF basic training flights from the service’s inception in 1947 to the present.
The Air Force Retiree Services: News for retired and active-duty personnel
http://www.archives.gov National Archives and Records Administration.
New TRICARE Website Easier to Use: On July 24, 2014, TRICARE.mil unveiled a new design to give TRICARE’s 9.6 million beneficiaries clear and easy access to benefit information. Users now have more ways to browse the site with easier navigation, a login button for quicker access to partner’s secure services, and a section on the homepage dedicated to life-changing events. They’ve also streamlined and reorganized content.
National Personnel Records Center Military veterans and the next of kin of deceased former military members may use this online site to request copies of their military files.
Military.com – “The address for everything military on the Net”
G.I. MEMORIES — Veterans’ Information Interchange
GIsearch — America’s Most Comprehensive Military Search Locate lost friends and family, keep in touch with fellow service members, research the history and valor of past generations, and honor those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom.
Unofficial Air Force E-mail Locator – “USAF-Locator is the leading Communications Guide enabling people worldwide to find, and connect each other by providing directories of email addresses of Past, Present, and Retired USAF Members. Find your friends, locate a friend from the past, post yourself, organize a reunion. Stay in touch! Now with the searchable database!”
Veterans Service Records: Request Your Military Service Records Online, by Mail, or by Fax