This publication details the foundational logic supporting a call to action, related to a broad-based effort to articulate and institutionalize a National Veterans Strategy.
We argue that coordinated, "whole-of-government" action toward this end is essential to meet the nation's most important economic, social, and security obligations. Furthermore, we contend that the second Obama administration, working in close collaboration with executive agencies, Congress, and the private sector, is well-positioned to act on what we perceive to be a historic opportunity -- capitalizing on both the foundations of veteran-focused policy and progress enacted over the past decade and the overwhelming public support for returning veterans and military families -- to craft and institutionalize a National Veterans Strategy.
Our purpose is to provide a researched and logically-developed case for action that is grounded in this nation's social and cultural traditions and attuned to the practical realities of our contemporary economic and political climate.
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Title: A National Veterans Strategy: The Economic, Social and Security Imperative
Publication date 2013-02-19
Publication Year 2013
, J. Michael Haynie
, James Schmeling
, Nicholas J. Armstrong
, Robert Murrett
, William Banks
Institute for Veterans and Military Families, Syracuse University
, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, Syracuse Univesity
North America / United States
, veterans and military
, military families
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