Aurora Army veteran headed to Wall Street


AURORA, Colo. | An Aurora Army veteran is headed to Wall Street to get training for new job skills.

James Dreiling is spending eight weeks at the New York Stock Exchange. He is one of 15 people chosen for a new program that lets veterans get work experience. In the Army, he served as an unmanned-aircraft operator and was stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

According to KUSA-TV ( ), the unemployment rate for veterans ages 18-24 is about 30 percent.


Information from: KUSA-TV,

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¡Vos sos mi Vida!
¡Vos sos mi Vida!
9 years ago

How about all of the other thousands of veterans who are forced to live on the streets because the government wont do anything about them?

Don’t they deserve opportunities like this, after risking their lives? Don’t they at least deserve COMPENSATION!?