FEMA participates in Operation Warfighter, a program that helps active duty service members who are recovering at military medical centers and want to return to military or civilian work.
U.S. Departments of Defense, Labor and Veterans Affairs
The National Resource Directory provides wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans, their families, families of the fallen and those who support them with a web-based directory of valuable resources.
Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor
The federal government's one-stop website for information of interest to people with disabilities, their families, employers, service providers, and many others.
Benefits.gov a multi-agency federal website
A gateway to federal and state benefits information on disability assistance and much more. Browse benefits by category and specific government agency and search at the federal or state level, by population, or interests.
Best of luck in whatever you choose to pursue.
Greetings from Veteran from India. I left the colored service after 21 years in 2007 with serious disability and thought as told by doctors that I would be living a life mostly in a wheelchair at the best. But disability has left me long back and I am fit and fine as one could be at the age of 57 yrs.
Coming back to your case, you bring lot of experience, work ethics, make do with whatever we have attitude makes us separate from the others wherever we go.
Please identify which are the areas you would like to work: no compromise at all...follow your heart...select a profession with passion...if required get some certification, it helps...and you are ready to take on.
If I could know more about you, I could have discussed more.
All the very best,