This ARTICLE On Sacrifices Versus Benefits By Veterans And Their Families Was PUBLISHED On November 11th, 2019
There are many sacrifices young people need to make once they decide to join a branch of the United States Armed Services.
- As being sworn in as a soldier, the recruit needs to abide by the commands of the U.S. Military
- They always need to abide by the rules and regulations of their superiors of the U.S. Armed Services
- It is not an option for the soldier to be exempt from war if duty calls
- Soldiers need to move to other parts of the country and/or world when deployed by the Defense Department
- Soldiers need to be away from their spouses and families during times when they are deployed
- They have limited freedom while in active duty
- Many veterans with small children miss being with them when they are growing up
- Many veterans miss their children’s birthdays, graduations, and holiday get-togethers while they are deployed
- Their number one mission is to serve the United States and keep our country safe
- All members of the U.S. military sign a contract of service when they first join
- Two to four-year contracts of service are common
- Once their contract with the military is over, they can renew and/or enter the reserves
- With the sacrifices servicemen and servicewoman make, comes with rewards
In this article, we will cover and discuss the Sacrifices Versus Benefits By Veterans And Their Families.
The Rewards of Sacrifices by Veterans
Many who decide to serve our country by joining once of our Armed Services is due to pride to serve our great country.
- It is our veterans that keep all of our citizens safe from harm’s way and enemies of the state
- Many have been taught pride in the United States and our Nation’s flag
- Enrolling, training, and serving in the United States Services is not just a job but a mission to serve our country and represent the best Nation on the planet
Our veterans are our heroes and every American should be thankful every day that it is because of our veterans that we are safe.
Special Salute To Veterans Day 2019
All honorably discharged veterans command respect for life. Americans love and respect all of our veterans. Today, Monday, November 11th, 2019 is Veterans Day. We all celebrate our beloved active duty and retired members of our Armed Services.
Sacrifices by Veterans and How Our Country Rewards Their Service
Most servicemen and servicewomen of our great Military do not think about the benefits of serving our country.
- However, our government does not forget the service of our soldiers
- The United States rewards our soldiers who have served our country and has been honorably discharged
- Every year in November on Veterans Day, the United States honors veterans of our military
- Many cities, counties, and state governments throw parades and celebrated festivals in honor of the active and/or retired members of our great military
- The United States government through the Department of Veterans Affairs offers many benefits to our military members and their families for serving our country
- Active and/or retired members of the U.S. Armed Services and go to Benefits.gov, military veterans and research the many benefits available to them for them serving
There are countless benefits available to veterans who have served our country. One of the greatest rewards and benefits of serving in the U.S. Military is being eligible for VA home loans.
Some Of The Benefits For Our Veterans For Their Sacrifice
All the benefits in the world can not repay the sacrifices our veterans made.
- Many with children missed out on their children’s childhood
- They missed special occasions like the birth of their kids, their kid’s first steps, graduations
- Christmas and holidays, and countless other occasions
For Veterans who need to find out what types of benefits are out there, click on this link Benefit Finder tool.
Popular Benefits For Veterans
Some popular benefits that may interest veterans:
Veterans Education Assistance:
- Qualified veterans may take advantage of the Veterans Education Assistance Program through the Post-9/11 GI Bill
- The Veterans Education Assistance Program offers are for individuals with active duty service after September 10, 2001
- The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides up to 36 months of education benefits
Loan Programs Through The Department Of Veterans Affairs include the following:
- VA Home Loans offer 100% financing and no closing costs
- Gustan Cho Associates is a direct lender of VA Loans with no lender overlays
- Click to learn more here
Health Benefits For Veterans
- The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides comprehensive medical services for veterans for eligible veterans of our Military
- This includes comprehensive health benefits and primary care, mental health, dental, and other benefits
Benefits For Disabled Veterans
Veterans Compensation for Service-Connected Disabilities:
- Veterans injured in active-duty service may be eligible for disability benefits and compensation for life
- This depends on the percentage of disability
- 100% disabled veterans are provided disabled compensation by the Department of Veterans Affairs
- Disabled vets are provided a monthly tax-free income
Disabled vets are exempt from paying property taxes and/or get a discount on their property taxes depending on the percentage of disability, the city, county, and/or state governments.
Instant Help For Our Veterans:
The Team at Gustan Cho Associates Mortgage Group wants to wish all of our active-duty and/or retired members of our great U.S. Armed Services a great Veterans Day 2019.
November 11, 2019 - 5 min read