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An invaluable resource for veterans seeking clear, actionable guidance to navigate the often complex landscape of Department of Veterans Affairs benefits and assistance programs. When you hang up that uniform and step into civilian life, no matter how long you served, the transition is overwhelming, and getting to grips with your VA benefits is the first order of business.As a veteran, you might be facing challenges related to healthcare, education, employment, housing, or disability, and seeking information on how to access these various benefits offered by the VA is a complex and daunting process. A new battle lies ahead to confront its multiple departments and intricate bureaucratic procedures while figuring out what you are eligible for.Out of the Uniform, Back into Civilian Life focuses on delivering essential information in a concise and digestible format. It uses simple language and avoids jargon, covering a broad range of topics to address the unique needs of each veteran, from all military backgrounds: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.Fellow veteran Lt. Col. Jason G. Pike, USA, Retired has successfully navigated these processes using nothing but his God-given talent for sniffing out and digging up free stuff. Lt. Col. Pike has made it his business to master VA benefits and he now has a much-needed blueprint to help you do the same. Lt. Col. Pike provides reassurance and a sense of camaraderie.Get an insider's look at VA benefits, what it has to offer, and how to get what is yours. This program will guide you through each step of the way and open the door to a whole world of federal, state and private benefits, all designed to help get a soldier out of uniform back into civilian life.If you are recently retired, about to retire, or even if you have been retired for a while, Out of the Uniform, Back into Civilian Life will help you get into more VA benefits and assistance programs than you ever thought were out there."Pike’s refreshingly straightforward approach helps readers face the daunting complexities of VA rules and regulations, who will appreciate the author’s cheerful bluntness and repeated assurances that things aren’t as intimidating as they might at first seem." - Kirkus Reviews

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