civilian Navy employee, Glenn Schwarz, was terminated as a result of bringing significant safety and financial risks to light
Those wanting to help support fallen soldiers’ families can turn their workout into a donation
There is a VHA policy that requires medical IDs to be made accessible to veteran patients.
ASP, the Nation’s Leading Swimming Pool Service Franchise, Also Recently Honored 2016 ASP Veteran Program Winner, Army Veteran Brad Baglio, by Waving His Full Franchise Fee
Liberty Counsel has issued a letter to Fort Benning Army Base commanding officers requesting them to comply with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and the Department of Defense (DOD) Instruction which provides Army personnel religious accommodation and exemption from so-called “transgender” directives which violate their sincerely held religious beliefs and conscience.
Find the Top 10 Charities for Veterans and Military Families in USA.
VET Tv uses humor to bring veterans together
VetVerify.org has launched to confirm eligibility to receive a lifelong military exchange online shopping.
497th CSSB equipment arrives by seaport for Atlantic Resolve
EOD Warrior Foundation recognizes Gold Star Wives Day
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, call Provision Proton Therapy Center at 855-566-1500 to find out if you are a candidate for proton therapy.
President Trump’s appallingly cruel budget proposal brutally slashes funding for every program that works to benefit the public and redirects all that money to the military and towards his impractical border wall.
APACHE BLUES: The Soldiers Unknown documents two filmmakers’ 8,000 mile journey across the country to separate fact from fiction in what they have been taught about the Vietnam War
EOD Warrior Foundation helps EOD veterans through community donations and support
American Military University Partners with Athletes of Valor to Prepare Student Veterans to Complete their Education, Compete in College Sports
Athletes of Valor’s mission is to support transitioning servicemen and women from service to career by leveraging the power of collegiate sports.
The Department of Veterans Affairs issued a directive stating that veterans can obtain a free medical ID bracelet and pendant through Prosthetics Service.
Join Female Marines United nd donate to stand up for women in uniform who have been targeted by online abuse. Money raised will be donated Headstrong, which provides free mental healthcare treatment for post 9/11 veterans.
U.S. Marine Corps Reservist to visit Hawaii with her fiancé
National Harbor supports veterans and veteran programs
Introducing Storysuits: MN Vet Empowers Young Girls by Creating Storysuits & Writing Children’s Books
Storysuits has launched the highly anticipated first book Monkey Do Good and Storysuit on Kickstarter. Josh Mozingo, Storysuits founder and author, followed in his father’s footsteps and joined the Marine Corps in 2004. After attending boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego he was assigned MOS 1371, Combat engineer. He was assigned to MWSS-273 and deployed to Iraq in 2006.
National military and veteran charity, Soldiers’ Angels, continues its partnership with Lockheed Martin for a Mobile Food Distribution event serving food to over 200 at-risk and homeless Denver veterans and their families.
Fighting this crisis is difficult and demands action on numerous fronts – we need to focus on prioritizing and empowering the VA so that veterans have quality, affordable physical and mental health care. Our community leaders must take the steps necessary to pursue real solutions to opioid abuse.
Seventy-five years ago on Sunday, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 which authorized the imprisonment of Japanese Americans.
Novelized account of a period during author’s enlistment as an infantryman in which he got caught between a girl and the Afghanistan campaign
ReGroup – The Next Step for Veterans Leaving Military Service
The “One Small Town” campaign will focus on partnering with communities, groups, councils and individuals who have the desire to actively participate in building an economy that will allow local communities to share, create and thrive.
The president-elect’s selection of David Shulkin as Secretary of Veterans Affairs has drawn praise, but some advocates still worry about privatizing the agency.
Dispatches from the 2016 election that provide an eerily prescient take on our democracy’s uncertain future, by the country’s most perceptive and fearless political journalist.
New photography series profiling women who joining the upcoming Women’s March on Washington
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