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‘Disaster’ set for Alaska, JBLM next week

Multiple Joint Base Lewis McChord units and local community organizations will be involved in a disaster-driven patient reception scenario next week as part of the National Exercise Program Capstone Exercise 2014.

March 2014

South Sound VA leader at White House

Mary Johanna Forbes, assistant director for Veterans Services for the State Department of Veterans Affairs, will be honored in a ceremony at the White House tomorrow.

March 2014

New vets housing coming to FedWay

Development plans are complete for a new Veteran’s Housing Project to serve low-income and homeless veterans in South King County.

March 2014

From BE: Union ranks grow in South Sound

March 2014

St. Martin’s cited for military education

Saint Martin’s University recently received a national award for its work to provide quality educational programs to veterans and active duty members of the military and their families.

February 2014

RallyPoint/6 ready to serve

RallyPoint/6 is open in Lakewood, offering a one-stop resource to military service members and veterans for employment and careers information, education links, family programs, housing veteran benefits and wellness resources.

February 2014

Working capital loans for military reservists

Small businesses that felt economic losses when the owner or a key employee was called to active duty military service, may be eligible for low interest loans up to $2 million from the SBA.

January 2014

From BE: From UPS to online gaming

In today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition, our Content Team introduces a University of Puget Sound graduate and his professor who are finding success creating mobile games.

January 2014

Next step for JBLM transitioning: Creating business entrepreneurs

With thousands of military members from Joint Base Lewis-McChord now transferring from active duty jobs into employment in the civilian world, another business niche is opening quickly for soldiers: Entrepreneurship.

January 2014

Retirement cuts worry military families

The latest results of a nationwide survey find that 85 percent of middle-class military families (senior NCOs and commissioned officers in pay grades E-6 and above with household incomes of at least $50,000) expect to be financially affected by them.

January 2014
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