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The Veteran WatchDog is an ex-Infantry Officer. Now with 35 years of service, he has and continues to “rub shoulders” with the most prestigious leaders of our country… and his identity will only be released as “The Vets WatchDog”.

“As an Infantry Officer, I have seen the Hell of War and what it does to men, therefore I will do my part to help all that I can… and I can”

… the Vet WatchDog.

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Women in Combat, a good thing?

Women in Combat, a good thing?

| March 12, 2014 | Reply

                         Stars and Stripes|Jan 31, 2014|by C.J. Lin WASHINGTON — A year after the Pentagon opened combat jobs to female servicemembers, plans for integrating women into these jobs remain problematic, women’s advocates said this week. The Marine Corps and the Army, which have the largest number of military occupational specialties still closed to women, have, […]

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We are in Trouble!

We are in Trouble!

| February 6, 2014 | Reply

We are in Trouble! – Vets Watchdog
www.vetswatchdog.com/watchdog-report/trouble/
Well the time has come when we have elected a President who had no experience in managing anything or doing anything. Therefore we are being led by a man wh …

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2013

2013

| December 31, 2013 | Reply

Well it has been an interesting year for all Veterans. We have fought with the VA and have won a major legal battle to hold the VA responsible for their lackluster efforts to close claims and give the Veteran the answers they are waiting for. We can also hold VA employees responsible for not doing […]

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Not Right!

Not Right!

| December 3, 2013 | Reply

Not Right! – Vets Watchdog
www.vetswatchdog.com/watchdog-report/right/
Last week in LA the Marine Corp had their annual party to thank the families for all they do for the Corp and the Nation. When they rolled out the meal ther …

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Veterans not Happy

Veterans not Happy

| November 21, 2013 | Reply

We are hearing from so many Veterans who have served under the Commander in Chief. They all say the same thing, they are committed to their Brothers fightin …

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PTSD and what you should know

PTSD and what you should know

| November 19, 2013 | Reply

U.S. Public Health Service Capt. Janet Hawkins recently spoke at the 2013 Family Advocacy Training Course in Quantico, Va., on the relationship between post …

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IRS Ruling could hurt Veteran Organizations

IRS Ruling could hurt Veteran Organizations

| November 19, 2013 | Reply

Stars and Stripes reports that an Internal Revenue Service policy mandating nonprofit veterans’ organizations keep documents proving members served in the m ..

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Local Army wife finds job tailored for military spouses

Local Army wife finds job tailored for military spouses

| October 18, 2013 | Reply

 bad local economy forced Urbana native Tyler Davisson to re-enlist in the Army in 2010, but his wife didn’t have a job for a couple of years for entirely different reasons. Being a military spouse, Carly Davisson, who also grew up in Urbana, found it difficult in the area around Fort Drum, N.Y., to find […]

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Sequestration Killing Jobs for Veterans

Sequestration Killing Jobs for Veterans

| October 18, 2013 | Reply

sequestration. According to the Huffington Post, “A non-partisan study has concluded that as many as 1.6 million new jobs could be added to the U.S. economy …

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Veterans Cant See Monument

Veterans Cant See Monument

| October 2, 2013 | 1 Reply

Veterans Cant See Monument – Vets Watchdog

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