Eating and sleeping are natural processes that maintain our physical and mental health. This should not be taken away except in the case of a life or death situation (i.e. in a war zone).
All active duty members will be given the right to file a grievance outside the chain of command, ensuring them a fair and effective grievance process.
War is difficult not only on the body but the mind. We have to provide our active duty members the right to mental health services without fear of reprisal or retaliation.
Up to 6 years equal to time served at exiting base pay upon separation, with an additional 2 years for combat veterans. (Example: non-combat veteran that serves 4 years would receive 4 years of pension) Upon leaving, service veterans will be required to have at least one therapy session a month for the duration of the end of service pension.
Our service members are heroes. They have defended our country from threats, we need to do our part and defend our heroes against the threat homelessness.
All veterans will have 100% healthcare via the VA or Medicare upon leaving service. This will include dental, vision and mental health services.
Our service members put their lives on the line for the citizens of this great nation every single day, yet many of them are not given the full rights of citizenship of the nation they are defending. This is simply not right. We will provide all service members and veterans that have served with United States citizenship.
We invest so much into guaranteeing the soldiers we send to war are well trained and equipped to face the dangers they are protecting this country from. Our investment needs to continue into their education when they come home. Under the Heroes’ Promise, all veterans will have a right to tuition free public education for their entire life.