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Veterans’ Transition Review: Follow-up Report 2017

The original Veterans' Transition Review makes a number of recommendations concerning education and training, resettlement and employment, housing, health, welfare and the third sector, finance, advocacy and the Armed Forces covenant, information provision, and reservists. The report reviews the policies in…

Veterans’ Transition Review: Follow-up Report 2016

The original Veterans' Transition Review makes a number of recommendations concerning education and training, resettlement and employment, housing, health, welfare and the third sector, finance, advocacy and the Armed Forces covenant, information provision, and reservists. The report reviews the policies in…

Veterans’ Transition Review: Follow-up Report 2015

The original Veterans' Transition Review makes a number of recommendations concerning education and training, resettlement and employment, housing, health, welfare and the third sector, finance, advocacy and the Armed Forces covenant, information provision, and reservists. The report reviews the policies in…

The Earnings of Tied-Migrant Military Husbands

Identifying the earnings penalty associated with being a tied mover has focused on the working wives of servicemen. However, the number of women serving in the armed forces now makes it feasible to study the earnings losses of a group…

AFF 2014 Mobile Phone Contracts Survey

Service families face disadvantage through their inability to cancel their mobile phone contracts when posted overseas. The MOD no longer includes phone calls in the Local Overseas Allowance; families who continue to pay for their contracts are not compensated.

Post Military Adjustment to Civilian Life: Potential Risks and Protective Factors

Adjustment to civilian life in Canadian veterans after release from military service has not been well studied. OBJECTIVE: The objectives of this study were: (1) to explore dimensions of postmilitary adjustment to civilian life and (2) to identify demographic and…

Financial Dereliction of Duty: Are Charities That Aid Servicemen and Veterans Systematically Mismanaged?

Charity watchdogs and the media level serious allegations of mismanagement of funds at charities serving former and current members of the U.S. armed services, affecting service recipients, families, donors, grantors, foundations and taxpayers. To examine these allegations, we use two…