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Pentagon report paints ugly picture
A female soldier is groped inside a barracks, another in a base supply room, a third on a shooting range.
Answering questions concerning veteran housing
In the last weeks I have received some emails regarding veteran housing, especially from those individuals personally responsible in assisting our veterans.
Veterans, who already face a lengthy backlog in getting help, risk not getting their disability and pension benefits at all next month if the federal government shutdown lasts several weeks.
Veterans' Corner - Oct. 6, 2013
An army officer writing in a prestigious journal says the military services should not overemphasize physical strength when deciding whether a woman qualifies for direct ground combat.
Veterans' Corner - Sept. 29, 2013
Sept. 19, 2013, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced that veterans will have greater access to quality health care through a new initiative – Patient-Centered Community Care (PCCC).
The good news: most people with military service never consider suicide.
Veterans' Corner - Sept. 15, 2013
The Department of Veterans Affairs adopted as a final rule, Sept. 6, its proposal to amend its adjudication regulations by clarifying and expanding the terminology regarding presumptive service connections for acute and subacute peripheral neuropathy, associated with exposure to certain herbicide agents.
Veteran's Corner - Sept. 8, 2013
A column published Aug. 23-25 cited the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration creating a consortium to help diagnose and treat PTSD.
Veterans' Corner - Aug. 13, 2013
The American Bar Association (ABA) and the Legal Services Corporation (LSC), in conjunction with the Department of Veterans Affairs, announced Aug. 12 a new partnership and pilot program aimed at reducing the claims for disability pay.
Veterans' Corner - 8/4/13
The 2013 "Most Wired" hospitals named the Department of Veterans Affairs, representing 152 VA medical centers, to its list.
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