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Coming back home after serving in the military can be a very challenging time for those who have bravely served our country.
The Call of Duty: WWII cast is asking for support of veteran unemployment and underemployment this Giving Tuesday.
Sitting in a college math class, a former Marine waits patiently to get back his test. The professor addresses the class as the corrected exams are distributed.
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.
About one-third of veterans who take advantage of the education benefits offered by the Veterans Affairs Department eventually drop out of college or other training certificate program, often overwhelmed by the challenges faced in transitioning from service member to student.
It can be difficult to know how to help someone you suspect has thoughts of suicide.
Scottsbluff is taking part in a movement that aims to decrease the suicide rate of those who served in the Armed Forces.
Today, Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) introduced The Boosting Rates of American Veterans Employment Act (BRAVE Act), bipartisan legislation to support job creation for America’s veterans.
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.
Most troops have returned home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Fewer than 10,000 U.S. soldiers remain in Afghanistan, down from a peak of more than 100,000 in June 2011.
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.
A roomful of veterans and their supporters asked a legislative committee Friday to approve a “bridge loan” of up to $10 million to help pay for construction of a new veterans’ home in Butte until the federal government comes up with its share of the money.
The House of Representatives passed the first piece of legislation of the 114th Congress on Wednesday, the Hire More Heroes Act of 2015 (H.R. 22), with overwhelming bipartisan support.
A nationwide push to preserve veterans’ benefit packages is gaining attention in the Mid-South.