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    Default FREE Tickets for Military Veterans & Active Duty Military

    Veteran Tickets Foundation >> HOME >> The Veteran Tickets Foundation , Vet Tix Facebook Fan Page

    Who are they and what do they do?


    It’s in the nature of Veterans to step up. So we did.

    The kind of people who volunteer to serve their country, the ones who put their nation first and their own lives second, are the kind of people we need to honor everyday. Not just on Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day and the Fourth of July, but everyday.

    Through The Veteran Tickets Foundation, now those who care about Veterans have a way to give back. Everyday, in every city, there are events with empty seats that could be filled by those who served. More than that, many event tickets are simply unaffordable for average people. We believe the events that bring Americans together in the spirit of celebration, competition and camaraderie—those all-American moments are the times we need welcome and acknowledge our Veterans.
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    What is a "veteran?" One would think cbest study guidethat would be an easy question to answer. In the millions of laws passed over two centuries by Congress,ccp study guide you would think that at least one of them would define the term "military veteran."

    Most dictionaries definecdl study guide "veteran" as (1) A person who has served in the armed forces, or (2) An old soldier who has seen long service.

    Using the dictionary cen study guidedefinition, one would be a military veteran with just one day of military service, even with a dishonorable discharge.

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    What the hell does a "study guide" have to do with anything??

    It seems to me that you have a study guide for everything. Is there on available that shows how to get rid of spammers?
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    Yeah, really. This thread is designed to be a valued asset for VETS by a VET. It's been very helpful.

    Army study guide??
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    good thread
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