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Marine Corps veteran Gregory Lincoln was 59 when word came down that his government contract position was being eliminated. Making matters worse, a series of mix-ups caused his final paycheck to be garnished and unemployment benefits to be denied.
Georgia is now playing a major role in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ efforts to prevent suicides among military veterans.
Veterans attending the University of Tulsa will soon have a place to hang out, study and get any help they might need.
A total of four staff members employed at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Talihina, Oklahoma, have resigned after maggots were discovered in the wound of a resident who had been hospitalized at the facility.
On a recent afternoon, students at a University of Illinois residence planned a small celebration, before everyone scattered for the Thanksgiving break.
Liberty University is opening a new center for veterans this semester to support them as they make the transition from active duty into the classroom.
University of Southern Mississippi senior Ashley Thames, a member of the Air Force Reserve and a nursing student, said a new program called Textbooks for Troops will help her save money on the nursing textbooks she needs to complete her education.
Lost amid the clamor of the presidential election campaign trail was the recent grand opening of a help center in Colorado Springs that has already assisted 950 veterans in getting their lives on track.
Homeless female veterans will soon get a helping hand from other women who served in the military.
Driving on highways in Iraq in search of enemy bombs is an experience that's hard to relate to unless you were there. And even though it was six years ago, Sgt. William Keller recalls his service during Operation Iraqi Freedom like it was yesterday.
Lonesome Dove Equestrian Center celebrated their 2,000th U.S. veteran rider Wednesday afternoon.
Invited to a meeting with the top brass at the Manchester VA Medical Center, Mayor Ted Gatsas said on Wednesday that he didn’t make it through the front door before hearing a complaint about the Veterans Choice system.
The men living in a D.C. veterans home will stay dry this weekend when the big snowstorm arrives in the D.C. area. But that was not always the case.
State leaders gathered Wednesday for the annual Veterans Day at the Capitol to discuss issues affecting Iowa veterans.
In Community Matters, nearly 30 percent of veterans who've served in Iraq and Afghanistan have been diagnosed with PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. There are about 50 thousand veterans in Vermont, some dealing with this potentially deadly disorder.
Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington has announced plans to create a new Veterans Support Center designed to meet the needs of students who have served in the military.
The mini-stroke that stole part of his vision set him back, and Larry Mays realized that he needed a little help to get through the next few weeks.
The Heinz Endowments announced Wednesday it has awarded a $300,000 grant to the Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families to create a single-point service center for veterans in the region.
The center will provide academic and transition coaching and peer mentors.
While the Veterans Affairs Administration dealt with months of negative publicity concerning long wait times, Overton Brooks VA Medical Center in Shreveport held its own against other VA sites and enrolled an additional 800 veterans for health care services over a six-month period.
For Allena Flood, experiencing homelessness was both a blessing and a curse. Flood, who served in the Navy as an information systems technician from 2000 to 2008, had fled domestic violence along with her three children.