Since September 11, 2001, more than 1.5 million Americans have put on a uniform and served their country. Millions more went before them. In contemporary times, veterans serve in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. Previous generations have served around the World, too—from faraway places like Europe and Asia to battlefields closer to home in places like Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Bunker Hill, Massachusetts, and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
What is a veteran? Simply put, a veteran is a person who at one point in his or her life wrote a blank check made payable to the United States of America for an amount of "up to and including my life."
Those who have made good on this promise in full will be forever memorialized. For the rest, times are tough. Some physical and emotional wounds may heal slowly, or never at all. Others not wounded on the field of battle will face difficulties of their own as they return home. Some will be confronted by financial woes that have accumulated in part because of their attention to their mission. Others will experience professional challenges as they try to pick up where they left off in careers put on hold in some cases for years. In today’s economy, never before have so many veterans needed so much.
ARMing Heroes is here to make sure veterans get the help they have earned through programs oriented to the unique ways in which the accounts receivable management industry can help. So if you are a veteran, click here to get help now. If not, we need you. Read on to learn more.