Today, as threats on our homeland continue, we are constantly reminded
of the horrific acts of September 11, 2001. Although our enemies in terror are not well known, we do know that it is our nation's duty to confront terrorist networks that pose a threat to the United States, our allies,
and to the innocent individuals who live within these volatile nations.
As you know, the sacrifice of war is immeasurable. You have made a commitment to your country and I thank you for your service. Our nation expresses its collective gratitude for your heroic and selfless efforts to make our world safer.
If you are a soldier returning from service in Operation Enduring
Freedom (OEF) or Operations Iraqi Freedom (OIF), I would personally
like towelcome you home. As you know, the transition to civilian life can
be difficult. Whether you are a member the National Guard, Reserves or
active duty forces I would like to offer my assistance to you and your
family to help ensure that your transition from active duty to civilian life
is as seamless as possible.
I hope you find the information provided in the links below useful in
helping to answer some of your questions regarding the benefits and services entitled to you and your family.
Again, I thank you for your dedicated service to our great nation. If I can
be of any further assistance to you or your family please do not hesitate
to contact my district office at: (614) 469- 5614 or by e-mail at http://www.house.gov/pryce/IMA/write.htm