Despite the disheartening treatment Iraq War veterans face, there are services dedicated to serving them when they return to the Untied States. These services work diligently to ensure that the transition home is as compassionate and smooth as possible. One such service is the Iraq War Veterans Organization, Inc. The organization, which is run through its website, iraqwarveterans.org, provides information and support for all veterans of the global war on terror and their families. The site specializes in issues relating to pre-deployment and post-deployment and links to a slew of information concerning Veterans Affairs benefits, health care, readjustment, education, employment, military discounts, and support groups.
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ortunities Vietnam War veterans had, including coveted positions within the Central Intelligence Agency, Iraq War veterans often find that their skills do not translate well into the service economy of today (Coll, Ghost Wars, 56). The relatively ubiquitous di