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PTSD Permanently Healed! The 20 Minute Trauma Fix

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NATIONAL IT APPRENTICESHIP SYSTEM

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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2016 Cybersecurity Executive Summary The National Information Technology Apprenticeship System (NITAS) is a 21st Century apprenticeship system that reflects the state of the art in apprenticeship. The system was created jointly by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) to provide American corporations and American workers with the benefits of high productivity and economic value through voluntary participation in a nationally recognized and industry-validated system of apprenticeship. A major objective of the NITAS program is to ensure that the U.S. IT workforce possesses the required skills and offers the necessary value to be competitive in a global economy. "Apprenticeship is a value creation strategy for employers. Apprenticeship operates on a pay for performance basis" A proven training strategy NITAS contains seven apprenticeship programs. These programs are designed to ensure that…

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This is how we do the national anthem #SaluteToService

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Ensure a fast start and a long, lucrative career with the right professional credentials - See more

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Military Network
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We are able to guide you as individual or company, depending on respective needs; Employment Training, Employment Networks provider, OJT, Registered Apprenticeship Programs where available, Federal Employment Training Program, Workforce System Contacts and Strategic Partners, State …

Japanese World War II veterans recall horrors of Unit 731

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Published on Aug 14, 2014 Former members of Unit 731, a Japanese military unit that conducted illegal human experiments during World War II, can be seen discussing the atrocities they committed in a video that was recently released. Coming just before the 69th anniversary of Japan's surrender on Aug. 15, the video has shed new light on the unit's past activities in northeast China's city of Harbin. They are telling history to a Chinese man who has been researching the unit for 16 years. Category News & Politics License Standard YouTube License

Two WWII veterans reunite after 70 years

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Published on Apr 22, 2015 WWII veterans Joe Beale of South Carolina and Max Massey of Florida reunite for the first time since 1945.

18-Year-Old Surprises WWII Veterans Who Have Changed His Life

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Published on Nov 11, 2016 We lose around 500 WWII Veterans everyday, and 18 year-old Rishi Sharma is on a mission to hear their stories. We went with Rishi to talk with some pretty astounding WWII Vets. Then we threw them a surprise party to celebrate all that they've done for their country. These vets and soldiers have so much experience and wisdom to share. Follow this link to help Rishi accomplish his goal of interviewing one WWII Veteran every day: https://heroesofthesecondworldwar.dnt... To find out more about Rishi's organization, please visit www.heroesofthesecondworldwar.org Credits WWII Veterans: Kent Kellegrew, Richard Kinder, Tom Curtis, Arnold Seretan, Peter Conforti, and Don Seki Featuring: Rishi Sharma Director: Jacob Menache Producer: Tiffany Hutson Editor: Cassidy Damore Sound: Ian Beeuwkes Composer: Corey Hayward Audio Post-Processing: James Shumate Special Thanks: California National Guard and all those who participated in our Veteran celebration. We …

Watch Vietnam Vet William Potter, Vice-Chairman R4Alliance, Iraq Vet Kal...

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Published on Nov 11, 2016 Watch William Potter, Vietnam Veteran, Founding Chairman www.R4Alliance.org Potter talks about 32 months of the R4Alliance concept from 8 founding members to close to 80 now, with operations in all 50 States. Research is our first Pillar. Research with Clemson University almost complete on Recreational Wellness. Recreational Therapy Research will be in a big library of Research. Iraq Veteran Kalen Arreola Social Media Director at R4Alliance gives her closing thoughts on the Conference. Please Share Category Nonprofits & Activism License Standard YouTube License

Watch Noel McCall Exec Dir. Patriots-Path Military to Civilian Career Tr...

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Published on Dec 14, 2016 Watch Noel Humphreys McCall Executive Director www.patriots-path.org Patriots Path is a non-profit organization that works with veterans in transition to define their career goals, map out search strategies, identify opportunities, create their personal marketing approach and connect within the community to peers, mentors, and coaches for continued networking and support. Noel is also a Board Member of Eagle Rock Camp. Please Share Category Nonprofits & Activism License Standard YouTube License

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83% OF THE RESPONDENTS BELIEVE THAT CYBER ATTACKS ARE AMONG THE 3 BIGGEST THREATS FACING ORGANISATIONS TODAY
85% OF FIRMS HAVE BEEN HACKED ACROSS ASIA, AFRICA & LATIN AMERICA
92% OF EUROPEAN CORPORATIONS HAVE BEEN HACKED
48% INCREASE PER YEAR FOR ONLINE BANKING FRAUD
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'Lack Of Respect': Florida VA Staff Leave A Veteran...

Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers: 'Lack Of Respect': Florida VA Staff Leave A Vetera...

 Military Network day ago - Shared publicly This is great read, good information and its nice to see where a difference is being made on behalf if the veterans in need. There are a lot of veterans groups making a difference in their own way, but as is stressed, the veteran has been and will continue to be a 'number' at the VA. The veteran population knows this, the government knows this, not only is the VA aware, most do not care; the organization that should be there for the veteran, have his / her back. TheVA. By the Government looking the other way, the VA's turning away from the veteran, saves money. I do not think our Gov.'t 'cares' about the veteran, how can it. We are not referring to a living breathing entity. Yes, when the towers came down, the whole world could hear us. And who did we go …

Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers: Steven. A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at NYU Lan...

Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers: Steven. A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at NYU Lan...: Steven. A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at NYU Langone Medical Center One Park Ave., New York NY 10016 855-698-4677 Email Web Site Free C...

To the quality counselors out there, thank you for your diligent efforts!

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Many veterans fight with VA Vocational Rehabilitation for years before figuring out that program administrators are straight up lying to them about what the program can do for any veteran. Want to know what those lies are before you fall victim? Thousands of disabled veterans apply for Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation every year. Some are successful in getting the benefits they deserve and some are not. In my time researching and writing on the subject, there seems to be a common theme arising: lies. Many veterans are misled about what Voc Rehab can do for them even though policies exist that contradict what counselor say. This leads one to conclude that either there are guidelines to excuses somewhere that Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors live by, or there is an underlying discussion between offices as to what excuses can be used to keep deserving disabled veterans from their benefits. It reminds me of a period of my life when I spen…