Military.com is the largest online military destination, offering free resources to serve, connect, and inform the 30 million Americans with military affinity, including active duty, reservists, guard members, retirees, veterans, family members, defense workers and those considering military careers.
Milblogging.com is a service of Military.com intended to provide a portal to military blogs. There are about 1500 blogs enrolled (mid-2006) on every subject from every part of the world. Military blogs deliver perspectives from the warfighters, offering unfiltered, first-hand accounts from the front lines. In addition, servicemembers and families share slices of life on duty or on the home front, covering good news and intensely personal stories that may not make the headlines at home.
MilitaryConnection.com is a comprehensive resource of over 3000 pages about government jobs, military schools, federal jobs, as well as military loans and military pay. They feature vital information on military education and benefits including the GI Bill, employment opportunities, the latest military job postings, pay charts and salary calculators for all branches of the military, reserves, vets, and families. The main focus is on connecting separating and veteran servicemembers with viable civilian employment opportunities.
Military-List.com is a large Internet portal with a wide range of links to all sorts of military web sites. Well organized into many categories to make finding sites easy.
Military Portal. News, blogs, links, shopping and more. Many military
site links and resources of military interest. Contains a useful magazine
military article search on the News
VAJoe.com is a free membership site with a range of services for military personnel and families. VAJoe.com offers a forum, jobs exchange, military tips, VA benefits information, contests, and blogs.
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Founded in 1992, the Gung-Ho
Chuan Association, or GHCA, is a brotherhood of former and current
United States Marine Corps veterans who research, practice, develop and
teach the close quarters combat principles, tactics and techniques used
by the elite Allied Forces of World War II. The GHCA is the premier American
close combat training organization in existence today.
American Combatives Inc.
is the premier training academy for Close-Quarters Combat (CQC) Defense
Training. Based on the Elite Allied Forces WWII Hand-To-Hand Combat techniques,
the ACI Personal Defense Form is easy to learn, simple to execute, quickly
retained and proven to be effective on the streets, as well as on the
World War II AT-6 Advanced Trainer takes aim on a towed gunnery target.