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Friday, June 18, 2021

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Have you ever hired data entry assistants to manually copy and paste business leads from the net? CBT Email Extractor has been compared to having 'thousands of data entry assistants copy and paste business leads from the internet but without the extravagant cost'. The computer software is currently helping many struggling businesses to cut down expenditures and win new business during the course of these unexpected and challenging times caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This software is suitable for business development, finding new wholesale customers and guest post outreach campaigns for link building to increase your website's rankings.

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Saturday, May 22, 2021

Military sexual assault: New calls to reform system that allows DOD to police itself

 


WASHINGTON (SBG) — When the Biden Administration took over, there were immediate calls to address what many say is an alarming systemic issue: sexual assault in the military. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin took action shortly after confirmation, writing in a memo, "we must do more" when it comes to the issue of sexual assault. President Biden has also ordered a commission to review procedures in place and seek ways to improve them. As we await the results of new investigations, advocates, lawmakers and survivors are pushing for change now, saying this is the moment to reform a system that fails to deliver justice.

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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Investment Opportunity 2021: Discover the World of Cryptocurrency and Trading


Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment
3rd Annual Financial Wellness
Empowerment Online Event

"Discover the World of Cryptocurrency and Trading"

Join us on Wednesday April 28, 2021 @ 7:00 pm


"Discover the World of
Cryptocurrency and Trading"
Join Us LIVE Wednesday
April 28, 2021 @ 7:00 PM

MIWVE's 3rd Annual Financial
Wellness Empowerment Event

Presenter: Entrepreneur
Elizabeth Thompson
Mastery IM Academy

What will you learn:

What is cryptocurrency?
How does cryptocurrency work?
How is it different from investing in the traditional stock market trading system? Q & A

Join us LIVE of MIWVE Facebook

What empowers you, lets pass it on!

Phone (810) 373-5744

NEW MIWVE NEWS!!!
Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment is a proud member of the NVBDC Military and Veteran Organization Task Force.

The primary role of the NVBDC Task Force is to focus on pursuing and achieving tactical and strategic objectives to help Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses through partnerships with the MSO/ VSOs and organizations such as the leading Veteran businesses training and networking organizations.


Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment is launching our 5th Annual Dirt Therapy: Veterans & Youth Agriculture and Agribusiness Summer program in Flint.

We have expanded our youth initiatives in Flint. Looking forward
to enjoying our Summer
empowering the youth.




Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment | (810) 373-5744 |

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Military sexual assault: New calls to reform system that allows DOD to police itself

WASHINGTON (SBG) — When the Biden Administration took over, there were immediate calls to address what many say is an alarming systemic issue: sexual assault in the military. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin took action shortly after confirmation, writing in a memo, "we must do more" when it comes to the issue of sexual assault. President Biden has also ordered a commission to review procedures in place and seek ways to improve them. As we await the results of new investigations, advocates, lawmakers and survivors are pushing for change now, saying this is the moment to reform a system that fails to deliver justice.

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Lack of transparency around sexual assault in the National Guard makes it hard to see if real change is happening

Sexual assault reports in the National Guard increased by 30% from 2019 to 2020, Wisconsin National Guard top commander Paul Knapp said in a Wisconsin Public Radio segment Thursday.

Knapp, Wisconsin major general, attributed this increase to an influx of Guard members who are more comfortable coming forward.

In a separate WPR segment, Katelyn Ferral, a Capital Times reporter and former O’Brien Fellow in Public Service Journalism, said this claim is “at odds” with what survivors said in her investigation of the Guard.

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Are you a Gatekeeper? Become certified in 90 minutes - FREE Suicide Prevention Training


 Become a certified Gatekeeper in 90 minutes

QPR – Suicide Prevention Training -

FREE – 90 minutes Individual/Group - Zoom Online Training

You will learn:

1. How to question, persuade and refer someone who may be suicidal.

2. How to get help for yourself or learn more about preventing suicide.

3. The common causes of suicidal behavior.

4. The warning signs of suicide.

5. How to get help for someone in a crisis.

Author Stephanie Grimes – Hope 360 Founder/CEO – Certified Gatekeeper Trainer

Offers Free 90 Minutes Zoom Sessions

For More info Contact: Stephanie Email: hopeforthefuture360@yahoo.com

Phone (734) 799.0205 www.hope360.net

A MIWVE Pandemic Mental Health Intervention, suicide is 100% preventable. #22toomany

CLICK HERE TO: VIEW LIVE - MIWVE FB PAGE - 3/31/21 at 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm this session will be the introduction to the training -

Due to the great response the free training will be offered of the zoom platform and scheduled at an alternative dates to accommodate large groups. Please register to be included, thank you!

https://www.empowermiwomenvets.com

Special thanks to our event sponsor Humana

The City of Southfield Veterans' Commission 

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Obesity and Other Problems Barring Teens from Military Service Need National Attention, Leaders Say



Military leaders are worried about the shrinking pool of young people who qualify for military service, with some calling on the acting defense secretary to take immediate action.

More than 70% of young Americans remain unable to join the military due to obesity, education problems, or crime and drug records. Turning that around should be an issue of national importance, said Rear Adm. Dennis Velez, the head of Navy Recruiting Command.


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‘So your husband served?’ Women veterans say service often ‘overlooked’


MONTEVALLO, Ala. (WIAT) — Women are 16% of the United State Military, but are often “overlooked,” according Air Force Veteran Rashelle Young.

Young was a mother in her early 20s, fending for her 6-year-old son, while defending her country overseas.

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The Army is planning a major overhaul of its hair and grooming regulations


Senior Army leaders are discussing making long-awaited changes to hair and grooming regulations and they plan to announce the finalized changes in January 2021, Task & Purpose has learned.

The changes being discussed among Army leadership include allowing some women to wear ponytails in uniform and removing wording from the existing regulations found to be offensive or racist in an effort to “reflect the Army values and the Army’s commitment to diversity and inclusion,” according to slides obtained by Task & Purpose.


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1st Female Green Beret Faces 'Minor Misdemeanor' Charge for Accidentally Firing Gun, Police Say



Five months after becoming the first female Green Beret, a National Guard soldier is facing a civilian misdemeanor charge for accidentally firing a pistol inside a Colorado apartment.

In July, the soldier, whose identity has been kept secret, graduated from the grueling, 53-week Special Forces Qualification Course (Q Course) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, becoming the first woman to earn the Special Forces tab and coveted Green Beret.


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Family searches for answers after first responders find Army Drill Sgt. shot dead in car

During the early morning hours of New Year's Day, first responders went to what they thought was a car crash along I-10 near West Avenue, according to the San Antonio Police Department.

Instead, a team of firefighters discovered a shooting victim.

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The DoD's Body Composition Standards Are Harming Female Service Members

 




Major Sharon Sisbarro is a Communication Strategy and Operations Officer assigned to Headquarters Marine Corps and temporarily supporting the DOD Board on Diversity and Inclusion. She has eleven years commissioned service. Major Kerry Hogan is currently serving as the Adjutant, II MEF Information Group. She has sixteen years commissioned service. Major Sara Kirstein is currently serving as a Manpower Officer with Marine Corps Installations Pacific. She has nine years enlisted and thirteen years of commissioned service. Captain Catherine Baniakas is currently serving as the Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer for VMM-362. She has nine years of commissioned service. All are members of the newly formed Marine Women's Initiative Team, a grassroots organization of female Marines who seeks to improve the recruitment, retention and employment of women in the Marine Corps. 

Soldier who died on New Year's Eve had filed sexual assault charges




EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) -- The family of a Fort Bliss soldier who died on New Year’s Eve said she reported sexual assault charges to the U.S. Army during her time at Fort Bliss months before she died.

Pfc. Asia Graham, 19, was found unresponsive in her barracks on New Year’s Eve and was later pronounced dead by the Fort Bliss Department of Emergency Services personnel.

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Air Force orders units to toss offensive morale patches, mottos

 

The Air Force is conducting a sweep of its emblems, morale patches, nicknames, and other symbols to weed out those that are racist, sexist or otherwise offensive.

Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown, and Chief of Space Operations Jay Raymond signed a memo Dec. 23 ordering the review.


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MIWVE 2020 - Program Highlights Video

During the COVID-19 Pandemic MIWVE continued to carry out our mission safely. We have plans to expand our youth outreach, looking forward to a productive 2021. Check out our YouTube Video https://youtu.be/tdBTmU1CXaQ



Sunday, May 17, 2020

Dr Michele Leno - TV-38 Host - "Mind Matters" Show - Interviews Sgt. Stephanie J Shannon

(RET) Sgt. Stephanie J. Shannon was the featured guest on the beautiful Dr. Michele Leno’s “Mind Matters” TV-38 Show - WADL Detroit which airs in 1.9 Million homes in 
7 counties in Michigan. 

The discussion was about women veteran’s statistics, the challenges with transitioning from the military and focused on the mental health aspect and 
provided solutions. 









Thursday, February 20, 2020

Sexual assault reports are up a third this year at the military service academies



Reports of unwanted sexual contact at the military service academies jumped over 30 percent in the past year, according to a Defense Department report released Thursday.
The numbers, totaling both restricted and unrestricted sexual assault reports filed by midshipmen and cadets at the Air Force Academy, Naval Academy and West Point, are up to 122 in 2019, from 92 in the previous two years.



VA improperly paid out more than $300,000 in disability claims


WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs handed out about $311,000 in improper disability payments after an agency employee miscalculated claims, according to the department’s inspector general.
The overpayments stemmed from a single employee at the VA’s Little Rock Regional Office in Arkansas making bad decisions and improperly processing paperwork during the disability claims process, and the failure of managers to provide the proper oversight on 11 disability rating decisions, according to a report by the VA Inspector General’s Office. The employee, who was not named in the IG report, has resigned.


1 in 5 veterans' military sexual trauma claims were wrongly denied or mishandled by VA, officials say



For nearly two years, about one in five veteran military sexual trauma claims were wrongfully denied or improperly handled by the Department of Veterans Affairs, officials told Congress Wednesday.

In September 2019, VBA completed a review of about 9,700 previously-denied MST claims from Oct. 1, 2016 through June 30, 2018. Of the 9,700 the agency reviewed, about 1,900 "required additional development" so they were initially wrongly denied or improperly handled, VBA Undersecretary for Field Operations Willie Clark told Congress. 


 The pace of suicides in 2019 so alarmed Air Force leaders that the service’s top commander, Gen. David Goldfein, ordered a “tactical pause” in operations in July to raise awareness of the problem. He warned that suicides could exceed 150 by the end of the year if nothing was done.

Goldfein’s action appears to have had an effect. Suicides occurred at a rate of about 13 per month before the pause and dropped to an average of 5.6 a month for the rest of the year.

The record 2019 total was shown in an Air Force graphic displayed on a Facebook group of airmen, non-commissioned officers and senior NCOs (called “Air Force amn/nco/snco”).

The graphic was marked for official use only within the Pentagon. A Pentagon official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed its authenticity to the San Antonio Express-News.
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