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Subject: [VeteranIssues] Pass the word about Free email news about Veteran issues

Date: Aug 29, 2009 7:24 PM

From: Dan Cedusky, Champaign IL, Col, AUS, Ret,

Life member: AM Legion, DAV, AMVETS, MOAA, USDR, NGAUS, Sons of Legion:

Please forward.

Pass the word about Free email news about Veteran issues to other Vets & Posts & Orgs. Go to web site, click on messages on left side to review past messages.


Veteran Issues is an email newsletter. It's purpose is to inform individuals, and organizations of issues and news of importance to Veterans and Military Retirees. Join one of the oldest, largest, and fastest growing free veteran newsletters, founded in Oct 98. This is not a chat list.

Information and issues comes from individual veterans from around the world, as well as a variety of news media sources, veteran organizations, and government agencies.

For some issues recipients are asked to take some action to help solve or publicize the problem. To contact their congress, or pass to local media or local officials.

Some key national level veteran activist, politicians, many local Veteran Posts, and media persons are current subscribers. Use the material sent as needed in local bulletins, email lists, etc

Add a link to us on other Web sites & blogs.

Join now to be informed, and to add your voice to Veteran Issues. To subscribe go to:


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Dan Cedusky, Champaign IL, Col, AUS, Ret,

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