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December 5, 2007

Introducing The American Veterans And Servicemembers Survival Guide

-- by Dave Johnson

From Veterans for America:

Introducing The American Veterans And Servicemembers Survival Guide
We are very pleased to announce the release of our new book, “The American Veterans and Servicemembers Survival Guide.” This new book, released twenty-two years after the breakthrough “The Viet Vet Survival Guide.”
Like the original book, this new publication will be instrumental in helping getting our veterans, especially those young veterans who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, the help they so very much need and deserve. Unlike the original, this new survival guide will also assist current servicemembers with some of the problems they face getting the care they need.

There are a couple of tremendous advantages to publishing this book online. The first is that you can literally just click here and download the entire book in PDF format for free. We hope you will read it, use it and forward it to anyone who needs it.

The second is that as we improve the book, add chapters, make revisions and change any information as we need to, we will do so in real time and make all the updates available instantly.

We will be publicizing and making this book free to all. If you can contribute to our efforts to make this guide known and available to all veterans and current servicemembers, we would very much appreciate your help.

Posted by Dave Johnson at December 5, 2007 1:19 PM

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I'm not a veteran, but maybe I should buy by a copy now? Pretty soon, we'll all have to "survive" government run health care.

Posted by: Jay Muntz [TypeKey Profile Page] at December 7, 2007 7:37 AM

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