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Frequently Asked Questions from the Army Discharge Review Board.
U.S. Department of Labor answers questions that reservists may have when being called to active duty.
A listing of contact information such as phone number, county location, hours available and address for Veteran Service Representatives across the state of Oklahoma.
Returning from the War Zone: A Guide for Service Members.
The Scholarships for Military Children program is open to sons and daughters of active duty, reserve/guard, or retired military commissary customers. Recipient must be enrolled or planning to enroll full-time in a four-year undergraduate college or university, accredited in the U. S.
Today's GI Bill also known as the Post-9/11 GI Bill went into effect in August 2009, making the reality of higher education more attainable than ever for today's service members and veterans. The Bill significantly expands educational benefits available to those who have served since September 11, 2001.
This guide is intended to assist members of the National Guard and Reserves with their transition back to civilian life.
This form is used to request upgrade of a military discharge from the appropriate discharge review board.
The VONAPP (Veterans On Line Application) website is an official U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) website that enables service members, veterans and their beneficiaries, and other designated individuals to apply for benefits using the Internet.
As a community service, the OBA does provide a directory of its attorney members who have given their permission to have their names published in the Oklahoma Find A Lawyer directory at Oklahoma Find A Lawyer. There you can search by both geographic area or by a lawyer's practice area.