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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.
The Veterans Outreach Center in Rochester unveiled its updated, state-of-the-art computer lab Monday.
When Marisela Saldana got out of the Marine Corps, she needed a new purpose in life.
A grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation will allow Northeast Passage (NEP) at the University of New Hampshire to meet the needs of post-9/11 injured service members and veterans in the Granite State with the hiring of two additional therapists, including one who served four years in the Marine Corps.
While Christmas is normally a time of merriment and joy, for those with PTSD, the holiday season can be one of the hardest. However, an Oklahoma City organization is trying to help.
It can be difficult to know how to help someone you suspect has thoughts of suicide.
Just listening. Sometimes that’s the best thing you can offer a veteran facing the transition back to civilian life.
One of the first contractors hired for the construction of Syracuse University’s planned National Veterans Resource Complex is a former United States Marine.
The Town of Huntington held its first Veterans Services Day last week to help veterans learn about and take advantages of services available to them.
Lewis Jordan and his wife, Joni, decided to give back graciously to the community after Lewis ended his 49-year airline industry career.
Veterans of America’s wars often are entangled in the criminal justice system, and the Hawaii Judiciary is trying to make sure those soldiers integrate back into normal society.
The city’s only shelter specifically for homeless veterans is getting a special gift, helping the city keep its goal of leaving no homeless veteran behind.
Circuit Judge Charles Romani Jr., an Army sergeant during the Vietnam War, began the Madison County veterans court in 2009, the Belleville News-Democrat
While serving on board an aircraft carrier during World War II, Ernie Gallo survived 17 battle engagements against Japanese forces and a typhoon with 140 mph winds and 70-foot waves.
Veterans might come home as heroes, but for many, the hardest part of transitioning from the military to civilian life is finding employment.
Military veterans looking to get into farming and ranching were able to get more information on the ins and outs of agriculture, as well as receiving federal and state financial assistance at a workshop Saturday in College Station.
Business and education leaders gathered at Albright College to make sure veterans get ahead in today's competitive job market.
A new program is helping military veterans make the transition to civilian employment, specifically in the solar power industry.
Phil Randazzo runs the health insurance brokerage Nevada Benefits and one of his passions has been to put his small business skills to use in helping our veterans transition into civilian life. Randazzo has been helping veterans put one boot forward here at home as he nurtures their small business hopes.
Jessie Adams was on his way to Georgia Square mall on Wednesday morning when he saw a sign advertising something called a “supermarket of veterans benefits” at The Classic Center in downtown Athens.
Now that they’re done serving their nation, a group of about 30 veterans is learning how to serve their community by starting a new business.
Serving the public is in John Emswiler's DNA. A retired army veteran, he's now the police chief in Denison, Iowa. For purposes of this story, he's just John, one of the driving forces behind "Moving Veterans Forward."
Veterans don’t automatically have all their needs taken care of through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
After more than a decade of deployments, the unemployment rate for veterans from all wars remains higher than that of the general population in Utah.
On Memorial Day, Legends bar on Madison’s west side was set to hold a fundraiser for Dryhootch, an organization that helps veterans survive life after war. The bar’s general manager, David Ajdini, was forced to cancel when he found out they had been robbed.
Two little girls and 60 gallons of lemonade went a long way to providing help for America’s wounded military personnel.
Wawa’s corporate offices welcomed 25 veterans Friday morning for an open house in partnership with the Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network.
Shan Spencer moved to Helena three years ago, and each year since he’s talked to between 50 and 100 veterans who are homeless or without a permanent residence and tried to find work for them.