Congressional bills recognize Cold War service and assist Purple Heart recipients
Congress is also considering a bill, H.R. 1379 that would make all Purple Heart Medal recipients eligible for Post-9/11 GI Bill education benefits.
Afghanistan vet fought to get his dog back, now he’s fighting to help other vets
After returning to civilian life, Pond struggled to find his footing as he waded through school, only breathing again when he was reunited with the bomb-sniffing dog he served with.
Oxytocin For PTSD? Researchers Begin Clinical Trial To Test 'Love Hormone'-Based Therapies
A team of researchers that has previously studied the potential for the use of the so-called "love hormone"
State VA says judge can fire officer
Little River County Judge Mike Cranford was within his rights when he recently terminated Veteran Service Officer
Combat Veteran Opens Up About His Traumatic Brain Injury And Post Traumatic Stress Disorder In His Book “BRAIN PAIN.”
Major Jones began this project as a cathartic journey and to share his lessons from years of fighting his "Brain Pain." That's how he’s described the headaches and anxiety to his doctors since first being hit.
Vet who once spiraled now supports, connects comrades with similar struggles
Adam Armstrong knows about conflict – the global kind and the internal kind.
Albany area vets get less VA therapy, but support each other
They don't get as much professional help with their PTSD as they used to, but a dozen or so Vietnam veterans are doing what they can to keep each other strong.
Changes in Veterans Benefits Ahead: Plan Accordingly
The Veterans Administration offers assistance to low-income veterans and surviving spouses, 65 years and older, through its Special Pension or Aid and Attendance programs.
What Is Something Veterans Can Do To Help Reform Veterans Affairs?