Friday, March 23, 2018

Veterans Links



Lycoming County Veterans Affairs


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List of Lycoming County Veterans from War of Independence, Civil War, Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, and Korea (Lycoming County Genealogy Project):

Lycoming County Cemeteries (Lycoming County Genealogy Project):

Contact information for:

Representative Jeff Wheeland:

Senator Gene Yaw:

Representative Tom Marino:

Representative Glenn Thompson:

Representative Garth Everett:

Or find your legislator at:

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Wilkes Barre VA Medical Center:

State of PA Governor Website:

PA Department of Military and Veterans Affairs:

Dept. of Health – PA Vital Records (Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce):

Info on Military License Plates:

PA American Legion:


PA State Data Center:

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Dept. of VA:

VA Forms: and

Dept. of VA Inspector General:

Dept. of VA Benefits Manual (PDF):

US House of Representative:

US Senate:

National Amvets Website:

National VFW:

Social Security – Survivor Benefits:

Request Military Records:


Medal Replacement:

Disabled American Veteran:

National Gravesite Locator for Veterans buried in VA cemeteries:



Korean War Memorial:

Korea Defense Service Medal:

Vietnam Memorial:

Vietnam Women Veterans Memorial:

Arlington National Cemetery:

VA National Cemeteries:

National Gravesite Locator for Veterans buried in VA cemeteries:

Gravesite Locator for Pennsylvania Graves:


GI Bill:

PA Dept of Education:

Veteran's Education & Accredited Online Colleges:Click here

MBA Programs Supporting Veterans:



A comprehensive resource that provides Veterans with tons of information about using the money awarded to them by the GI Bill to help pursue a university education. It contains a database that allows our service men and women to search for Online Colleges.


Military Friendly Online Colleges and Universities


Online Colleges Database:

Affordable Online Colleges in Pennsylvania:

Military Friendly Online Colleges and Universities:

Online ROTC Schools and Degrees:

Military Online Colleges and Universities:

Higher Education Resources for Veterans:


Financial Aid and Scholarship Resources


Financial Aid for Vets & National Guard Members: Click here

Funding Your Education Through ROTC:

Financial Aid for Veterans:

Scholarships and Financial Aid for Veterans:

Professions that Pay for Tuition -




Dept. of Labor – Veteran Employment and Training Service:

Federal Employment Website:

Office of Personnel Management – Veterans: 

Veterans Corporation Website:

Small Business Administration Development:

Dept of Public Welfare Works For Me:

Veteran's Guide to Getting Hired:


From Camo to Business Casual - Veteran's Job Search Guidebook:


* Small Business *

When small businesses make the decision to grow larger via the Internet, they enter a new playing field with its own set of unique challenges. Most small businesses fail in establishing themselves online, largely because they cannot overcome common marketing challenges that the digital landscape presents. Regardless of what marketing methods are employed, key ingredients for success require:

  1. Enabling potential customers to find the business through a Google search
  2. Connecting and creating engagement through social media platforms to spread brand awareness
  3. Reputation management to instill brand loyalty

For this reason, my team of researchers and I have developed guides that will help entrepreneurs and small businesses to improve their digital footprint. You can see the entire guide along with some of its features here:






Rehab for Veterans:

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Info:

Environmental Agents Service:

Agent Orange:


Health Info Resource:

Information on Gulf War-related Illnesses:

Information on Mesothelioma:       

Information on Mesothelioma/ Asbestos:

Information on Lung Cancer:

Lung cancer can be caused by exposure to hazardous materials including asbestos, Agent Orange, and depleted uranium. Many veterans were exposed to these materials while in service and are at inceased risk for lung cancer. Lung cancer has a long latency period which means veterans might not show symptoms until decades after exposure to the hazards. To learn more about the causes of lung cancer, visit Lung Cancer Answers,


Housing & Urban Development:

Adaptive Housing Info:

Loans for home modifications such as ramps and bathrooms:

Guide to Housing Benefits for Veterans:




Center for Women Veterans:

Women Veterans Issues:

Business and Professional Women’s Foundation – Veterans:


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