ill service

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Noun1.ill service - an act intended to help that turns out badly; "he did them a disservice"
injury - an act that causes someone or something to receive physical damage
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Hero Miles: A Fisher House Foundation program in which United MileagePlus members donate miles to provide free flights to the families of wounded, injured and ill service members during medical emergencies.
Fisher House Foundation's Hero Miles Program and Luke's Wings are able to use the miles donated through SkyWish to provide air travel to wounded, injured or ill service members and veterans as well as their families, connecting military members with their loved ones for support while they undergo treatment and recovery.
The contract was for the elderly and chronically ill service housing (hour service and Short term).
The Warriors, all service-connected injured or ill service members or veterans, fell 7-3 to the Lawmakers, but there was nothing defeating about the evening for the team.
As part of that focus, Commissionaires signed a memorandum of understanding with the Department of National Defence in 2010 that would see them provide employment opportunities to injured or ill service members transitioning into civilian life.
In evaluating the cost, it seemed to me that the ILL service within public libraries is like the opera within the arts sector--heavily subsidised by all of us through our taxes (or by ratepayers) for the enjoyment of a few.
We wish James, Michael and all the riders a safe trip as they take on the adventure of a lifetime riding across our nation and help to raise awareness for our injured and critically ill service members and families," said Karen Guenther, Founder/President/CEO, of the Semper Fi Fund.
Passage of the CARES Act would allow psychiatrists to spend more time with the most ill service members and create a better ratio of licensed mental health providers to assist active duty personnel and their families.
Air Force Reserve nurses and medical technicians, usually flying on Air Force Reserve Command aircraft with AFRC flight crews, have assumed primary responsibility for transporting wounded, injured and ill service members from overseas back to the states.
What we need now is the Government to realise these problems, and not place our ill service personnel in alien environments like civilian hospitals.
However, due to several factors, such as frequent delays in the return of documents by the users and the high costs and concern about the safety of the documents, in practice ILL service is not frequently provided by many libraries.
A spokesman for Mersey Care said last night: "Striking the balance between helping mentally ill service users cope with their psychiatric problems is a complex and demanding job, which can be made more difficult when service users resort to using illegal substances.