Sharing the Burden

February 2009
Sea Power;Feb2009, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p3
The article focuses on the missions of the U.S. Navy League toward the service members of the armed forces. It states that the Navy League has the responsibility to improve the conditions under which the service members live and serve the nation and ensure that legislators and community leaders are paying attention to their needs. It mentions that service members need to be made aware of the financial planning and money management assistance offered by the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.


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