Body of 45-year-old veteran with PTSD discovered in pond: ‘He was always the one we all looked up to’
An Iraq and Afghanistan veteran that was reported missing last month was found Friday in a pond of a Milwaukee park.
Woman closer to receiving veteran disability benefits
The Department of Veterans Affairs has admitted people who spent time at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina between 1953 and 1987 have a higher risk of several diseases.
After another college closure, American Legion implores Congress to protect student veterans
For-profit trade school Westech College abruptly closed its three southern California locations Sunday, leaving hundreds of students – including 31 veterans
California Official, 7 Others Charged In FBI Bid-Rigging Sting
Federal prosecutors have charged a former high-ranking official in California’s veterans affairs department and seven other people
Report: Veterans in Crisis Still Left Hanging By Help Line
Calls centers established to help veterans in crisis are still failing to answer calls for help
Veterans Administration wastes money by leaving equipment at abandoned hospital
Wheel chairs weren't taken to the expanded Stokes VA Hospital. The abandoned basketball court houses desk chairs, lobby chairs, you name it, some in pristine condition. "How many hospitals can you say have a movie theater, a bowling alley, a church."
Oldest Living Veteran Gets Honorary Street Naming, For One Day
AUSTIN, Texas -- America's oldest living veteran will live on a street bearing his name, even though it's for just a day.
Richard Overton turns 111-years-old next month.
Veterans of the Great War should not be forgotten
It’s easy to forget an event or a person, even one we very much want to remember. Remembering well does not come naturally for most people, it takes practice.