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History

Hispanic-Americans’ Contributions to U.S. Wars

The U.S. government didn’t begin tracking separate statistics on Hispanic servicemembers until the 1970s. However, history indicates that — even as far back as when the colonies were fighting for independence from Great Britain — Hispanic

Transition and Career

How to Work a Networking Event

By Jim Carman and Christine Rebhorn, Transition Center For current and former military members, military spouses and current or former federal employees, MOAA is hosting an evening networking forum specifically for you at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

Education

Back-to-School Resources for Military Families

The 2017 18 school year is beginning across America, and with it can come challenges, especially for kids in military families. Whether your child is returning to a familiar school or gearing up for a new one

Technology

7 Easy Steps to Prevent Identity Theft

Scary ads and articles trumpet the dangers of identity theft and other forms of hacking. The risk is real, but the good news is it’s easy to protect yourself with these simple steps. 1.

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