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The Illinois Department of Military Affairs is a dedicated team of professionals that support and serve the uniformed men and women of the Illinois National Guard.
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If you live in Illinois and have a disability, the Division of Rehabilitation Services may be able to help you find a job or live at home independently.
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The Illinois National Guard is about dedication to state and country, a citizen-soldier tradition that spans more than 380 years. It's a military team that shares core values, convictions and beliefs.