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More than 100 veterans gathered at a town hall at the Phoenix VA Wednesday to voice their concerns over the reported lack of care for Valley veterans.
5 hrs ago | Journal Gazette
Earlier this summer, UPSTAR, a Realtors association, announced plans to build a home for an Afghanistan veteran who had come home with major injuries and put out a plea for monetary or in-kind donations.
10 hrs ago | This is Local London
A Greenwich war veteran is about to embark on an emotional journey to see his brother's name on a Singapore war memorial.
14 hrs ago | The Northern Echo
A VETERAN of Bomber Command who feared he would miss out on a nostalgic flypast has got his wish for a ticket to the sold-out event.
Rage Against the Machine 's Tom Morello and Rise Against 's Tim McIlrath are two of the artists featured on a upcoming collection of protest songs called This Concerns Everyone .
More than 5.7 million Americans served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1953. A New York state-based project seeks to connect Korean Warw photos with the soldiers featured in them or their families.
Leonard Henderson, 66, of Detroit talks about his problems with the Veterans Administration with David Leonard, director of the Detroit Regional Office of the VA, on Wednesday.
"I'm a Vietnam veteran, so I am considered one of the older guys in the group," said Bob Pries of Farmington Hills.
A 33-year-old Fort Dodge woman has been sentenced to an Iowa prison for defrauding the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Department of Veterans Affairs officials created a new online system for veterans to apply for VA health benefits in August 2010.
A northeast Kansas man who hit an Iraq war veteran on the head with a beer bottle will go to prison for the man's death.
Vietnam veteran Victor Croft called the Veterans Affairs problems a "train wreck in slow motion" at a Tuesday hearing on Oahu hosted by Hirono for the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
A Veterans Affairs clinic has opened in Devils Lake, meaning area military veterans will no longer have to travel to VA headquarters in Fargo for treatment.
A new report by Canada's veterans watchdog says nearly half of the country's most severely disabled ex-soldiers are not receiving a government allowance intended to compensate them for their physical and mental wounds.
With an appreciative nod to the legacy of its location, the Devens SpringHill Suites by Marriott, which opened in 2005 on the site of the historic Fort Devens, is doing more than showcasing its $1 million renovation on Tuesday, Sept.
Stan Holtz shows off one of the 50 or so pieces of ceramic art he'll display during a show at the Mistlin Gallery that runs through September.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 02:35 pm
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