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OK. Things are weird! Why? Because I’m not the same person I was before I left. I don’t feel any different. But somehow life is different. I was gone. The world kept moving. I went half-way around the world doing what needed to be done to save my own life and the lives of those around me. Citizens at home went on with their “every days”. Me – I had war days. I had military life days.

When I finally returned back stateside, things did look a little different. OK, maybe things won’t go back to how they were before I left. But I can move forward. From this moment on, I can choose my destiny.

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We are here to help our women veterans overcome obstacles they face in order to make the necessary adjustments to succeed in civilian life and achieve the highest quality of life available.

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You tried to “go home and go back to the life you had” — it was impossible.  We are here to offer you the opportunity to get back up on your feet. Check us out!

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The Long Journey Home

DAV (Disabled American Veterans) is pleased to present this unprecedented report: Women Veterans: The Long Journey Home, a comprehensive study of the many challenges women face when they leave military service.