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Veterans Assembled electronics (VAe)
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We train service disabled military veterans for careers as electronics technicians.
We train service disabled military veterans for careers as electronics technicians.

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What a Combat Veteran Knows About Transformation Through Adversity '“You have to inspire people so they can go on to inspire others.” It’s the Multiplier Effect. If you can inspire 10 people, and they can inspire 10 and so on, pretty soon you’re moving the world.
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Tammy Duckworth - disabled combat Veteran, Black Hawk helicopter pilot, Purple Heart receiving, former head of the Illinois VA, doctor, and mother... can now add Senator to her extensive list of accomplishments. "Duckworth, a former head of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, has said veteran issues will form the basis of her legislative priorities."
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Today as we remember the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, read about Doris Miller, the man whose courage and commitment earned him a Navy Cross. "The Ship's Cook Who Took Over A .50-Caliber Machine Gun To Fight At Pearl Harbor"
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December, 7 2016 is the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Thank you to all of those who defended our beautiful nation. Pictured, is a view of flowers floating in front of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, a tribute to the site where we lost 1,177 service members who were aboard the USS Arizona when the attacks started.
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Today marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. We'd like to thank our Veterans and more importantly, the survivors of this sad day in American history.

TIME Magazine recounts the story of Lt. Jim Downing, now the second-oldest survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Watch: The History Behind the Remembering Pearl Harbor Virtual Reality Experience - "Everybody that survived, instinctively did the right thing, and helped others at the risk of their own life."
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75 Years On, Pearl Harbor Survivors Forgive—But Can't Forget "On December 7, 1941, Japan’s deadly attack catalyzed a nation, shattering America’s sense of invincibility and pulling the country into war. Today the site is a symbol of service, science, and healing." We'd like to take a moment to remember this tragedy, but also to thank our Veterans for their service.
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R.I. Veteran Advocate, Julie Frisone, brought the Veterans on a field trip to the Dare to Dream Ranch in Foster, R.I. Dare to Dream works with our veterans who are looking for holistic and alternative programs for PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Dare to Dream's mission is to transform the lives of U.S. Veterans by providing multifaceted equine assisted therapy program to help them learn how to manage current situations and future challenges. We are excited about our partnership with Karen Dolton, founder & Executive Vice President of Dare to Dream Ranch! We look forward to our next visit!
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Pictured is Julie from VAe, and the team from the TR-37 HPACT Clinic. Julie was honored to attend the Rhode Island VA last Wednesday, 10/23 to sponsor a breakfast on behalf of Veterans Assembled Electronics. We'd like to thank the team at the TR-37 HPACT Clinic for their continued support and partnership! VAe is thrilled to announce we will have a weekly presence at TR- 37 HPACT clinic every Wednesday morning moving forward!
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Pictured below is Nate Taylor, Hartford, CT Veteran Advocate at the Job Fair at Mohegan Sun Casino 11/11/16. ntaylor@vaellc.com | (860) 655-9697

Nate served in the 75th Ranger Regiment from 2006-2010. Nate’s military background laid the groundwork for his support of veterans. In addition to his time in the military, Nate has a strong counseling background as he completed his graduate degrees at the University of Connecticut with an M.A. in Educational Psychology and an M.S. in Sport Management. Nate’s combination of Special Operations service and counseling experience allows him to support and advocate for veterans at VAe.
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Our latest blog post highlights six issues women veterans are facing upon returning home. Included are tons of resources and advice.
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