Vietnam Vets Bore An Immense Burden So Future Generations Wouldn’t Have To
I grew up with a naive view of the Vietnam War, but in my defense, everything I knew about it stemmed from my uncle’s stories about his time there.
New Research Delivers Hope For More Accurate PTSD Diagnosis And Treatment
acob Fadley served four years and 12 tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, repeatedly exposed to heart-thumping blasts. “It’s just like an entire force is being pushed through you,
Playing 'Tetris' Can Help Prevent PTSD, Here's How
A new study revealed that playing the videogame "Tetris" hours after a traumatic incident could prevent the development of post-traumatic stress disorder.
'The VA Is On A Path Toward Recovery,' Secretary Of Veterans Affairs Says
"We have a clear mandate to do better, [and] to make sure that we're honoring our mission to serve our veterans," Shulkin told NPR's Morning Edition.
Series of Veterans Bills Inroduced
Legislation aimed at removing administrative roadblocks to VA services, improving customer experience within VA;
Introduction coincides with Vietnam Veterans Day
GAO Report: VA Benefits Appeals Process in Need of Reform
A new GAO report recommends that the Department of Veterans Affairs revamp its benefits appeals process to speed up services.
Attention veterans: Get discharge papers in order
Vietnam veterans: Don’t be caught dead without your DD-214.
Air Force punishes Christian even though probe cleared him
U.S. Air Force officials at Joint Base San Antonio in Texas have been warned by a law firm that they need to withdraw punitive notations from an officer’s personnel file concerning his view of homosexual behavior or face legal action, because they were added on the whim of another officer
The VA overpaid tens of thousands of veterans, and now it says they have to give the money back
since June 2009, Tad Steckler has received a disability benefits check from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Steckler retired from the Army at age 40 as a master sergeant with a Soldier’s Medal for heroism,