U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides services to help veterans and their families, including medical, education, survivors' and vocational rehabilitation and employment benefits, disability compensation, and service pensions.
Topics include military assistance organizations, women veterans, veteran locators, POW/MIA issues, laws that affect veterans, and obtaining military records.
National veterans' organizations - such as the American Legion, AMVETS, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Vietnam Veterans of America and the Foundation for American Veterans - can provide guidance and assistance to active duty and retired military personnel regardless of location.
Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs
Find services for veterans in your area by consulting the Veterans Affairs Department website for your state.
Information on veterans' rights in the workplace, transferring military skills to the civilian workforce, job search tools and tips, career assessment, education and training.
Resources for blind, paralyzed and otherwise disabled veterans. Also includes information on post-traumatic stress disorder.
References for homeless veterans on medical, substance abuse, counseling, housing and general assistance issues. Also included help on how to locate services for homeless veterans in your area.
Gulf War Veterans
Resources for gulf war veterans and their families, focusing on health-related issues. Also includes information on locating veterans, POW/MIA issues, and a self-help guide.
Official Military Websites
Links to the official websites for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines. Includes links to service academies and reserves organizations.