Website helps West Virginia vets return to civilian life

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia veterans returning from
overseas duty have a new resource to help them re-enter civilian

Veterans can obtain information about services for employment,
health care, education, benefits, training and education, and
family resources online through a new website, .

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and military officials plan to unveil the
website Wednesday afternoon at the Capitol.

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