As US national security issues become more complicated, the nation can draw on a not-so-secret weapon: education
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Very few veterans are using benefits added to the GI Bill in 2011 that offer living stipends to nonstudents who seek on-the-job training or apprenticeships, according to a new government report.
Hundreds of student veterans are working their way through accelerated programs for corpsmen or medics to become registered nurses.
The University of Mary in Bismark, North Dakota, is offering a bachelor’s degree in computer science with a concentration in cybersecurity.
The Veterans Affairs Department has deployed a contingent of mental health helpers to dozens of campuses across the country.
A former soldier used a prior learning specialist to help him unearth the college credits he had earned.