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IVeteranUS “reconnecting our veteran community”

  • April 16, 2008


Launched On The Anniversary of the Start of the American Revolution

On the Anniversary of the Start of Americas Revolution at Lexington and Concord, April 19th, www.iVeteran.US launches a free membership web site that offers member profiles, photo uploading, videos, music, bloging, and discussion services to reconnect our growing community of military veterans.
Veterans of the U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard can now reconnect with their fellow service men and women in a social website dedicated to the military.
News affecting veterans from veteran organizations, the Veterans Administration, national and regional news channels; and from veterans themselves offer a single site to keep up to date on issues affecting them each day.
A Veteran Resource feature provides information on veteran benefits, how to apply for them, and advice on how to deal with the bureaucracy. And www.iVeteran.US brings the national finest cartoonists to reflect humor on a deadly serious profession.
www.iVeteran.US offers a unique feature called TOUR OF DUTY that allows a veteran to display his/her photos, videos, music, or voice recording on a scrolling timeline allowing friends to view or add their photos, notes, etc. Additionally, Tributes can be created to those heading to war, or the families that support them.
As part of our mission to reconnect veterans, www.iVeteran.US offers free web sites to veteran organizations, posts, chapters etc. The University of Wisconsin Student Veterans ( as well as the for the Families of those who lost loved ones in our nations conflicts ( are examples of how veterans, their families, and friends can connect and share regardless of distance.
And for veterans looking for new careers and jobs, www.iVeteran.US has partnered with Landmark Destiny Group to bring thousands of jobs from employers worldwide looking for those with military experience.
www.iVeteran.US, reconnecting our veteran community!

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