Millions watch as US infantryman who had his leg blown off in Afghanistan carries woman across finish line at Boston Marathon
A US serviceman who had his leg blown off in Afghanistan carried a woman over the finish line at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Exclusive: Congress Is Quietly Trying To Pass A ‘GI Bill 3.0’ By Memorial Day
Since March, the House Committee on Veterans Affairs has solicited input from veterans groups — but just a few of them — and quietly scheduled a subcommittee hearing on the GI Bill proposals for 10 am on April 26, even though that hearing has not yet been posted on the House calendar or the committee’s web page.
U.S. Army Veteran acquitted of illegally displaying flags at LA Veterans Affairs facility
A 75-year-old military veteran was acquitted Tuesday of illegally hanging an American flag on the fence of a Veterans Affairs facility in West Los Angeles without permission.
VA may top other hospitals in quality but not patient satisfaction
(Reuters Health) - Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals in the U.S. may deliver higher quality care than other medical centers but still get lower marks on patient satisfaction, a new study suggests.
A model of success: The VA’s battle against MRSA
According to a study published in the American Journal of Infection Control in January, an infection control program introduced in 2007 at more than 140 VA hospitals
VA Announces Internal Review
of Caregiver Program
(VA) announced that, effective April 17, it has suspended revocations initiated by VA medical centers based on eligibility for the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) for three weeks.
Veterans troubled over newly tapped director of Hawaii VA health system
Hawaii veterans aren’t worried about new Director of the VA Pacific Islands Health Care System Jennifer Gutowski’s ability to fix whatever problems may already exist inside the system.They’re fearful she’s going to make those problems worse.
Family, friends say farewell to Farmington veteran
In July 2015, Montoya joined a class action lawsuit filed against Halliburton and KBR Inc. over the companies' use of open-air pits to dispose of waste in Iraq and Afghanistan.