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AV-265916-19
Duty and War's Impact on Women
Noel Lipana, David J. Drakulich Foundation for Freedom of Expression

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Report on Veteran Transition for The David J. Drakulich Art Foundation implementation of the National Endowment for the Humanities Dialogues on War, Duty: War's Impact on Women (Report)
Title: Report on Veteran Transition for The David J. Drakulich Art Foundation implementation of the National Endowment for the Humanities Dialogues on War, Duty: War's Impact on Women
Author: Dr. Nathan Graeser
Author: Dr. Noel Lipana
Abstract: This report surveys the veteran landscape through the lens of transition from uniformed service to veteran status. This report intends to provide data in context for discussions about the military-to-veteran transition process and its outcomes. Transitioning out of the military provides both opportunities and challenges for veterans and the communities to which they return. Military Transition Theory identifies three major areas that determine a service member’s success in reintegrating to civilian society: approaching the transition, managing the transition, and assessing transition. This paper examines these areas at the macro-level to help NEH grant facilitators frame this topic.
Date: 08/13/2019
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