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With more than 25 years of military service and now counseling members of the armed forces about to enter the civilian work force, Crews makes this transition process simple in this new book.

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An estimated 17,000 deceased U.S. prisoners of war could be awarded Purple Hearts under a new Defense Department policy announced Oct. 6. The medals have been denied in the past to POWs who died in captivity if it could not be proven they had been wounded or killed by the enemy.
The U.S. military said Saturday it has killed a senior al-Qaida in Iraq leader suspected of masterminding one of the deadliest bombings in Baghdad as well as recent attacks and the 2006 videotaped execution of a kidnapped Russian official. American troops also killed the man's wife after a firefight as they tried to capture him.
The Army and Marine Corps doled out $640 million in the fiscal year to entice recruits to join up. All told, the enlistment incentives coupled with the promise of thousands more for education, increased the costs of Army and Marine bonuses by 25 percent over last year's totals.
Congress is poised to send President Bush a $612 billion defense spending plan for '09, with billions more certain to follow by spring as expenses for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The House cleared the plan after a week of conferences with Senate leaders.
Lawmakers angrily criticized VA officials for possible delays in implementing the new GI Bill benefits by the August 2009 deadline, calling for more urgency and ingenuity by department leaders. Bob Filner, D-Calif., charged that officials aren't working hard enough to find solutions.


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