Transplantation of Kidney Denied to Unvaccinated Air Force Vet
In desperate need of a kidney transplant, a US Air Force vet refused to receive a Covid-19 vaccine.
American Thieves Medals, Awards, and Memorabilia Belonging to US Army Veterans
Burglary of a U.S. military veteran's medals, awards, and memorabilia - including the flag his friend in the U.S. armed forces flew over Iraq.
Veteran Farmers Soon Eligible to Apply for Grant
Farmer Veteran Coalition offers resources to assist farmers and ranchers who were once in the military.
What Is The Uniform Of The Top Enlisted Navy?
The highest-ranking enlisted sailor, Russell Smith, made a few social media posts that got people scratching their heads in the last few days.
Retired Navy Captain Pleaded Guilty to Fat Leonard Scandal
A retired U.S. naval officer pleaded guilty to bribery for accepting nearly $68,000 from a Malaysian defense contractor in dinners, hotels, parties, and prostitutes.
Ukrainian Representatives Call For Peaceful Solution to Russian Military at United Nations Summit
While Moscow sends more troops to Ukraine's border, Kiev hopes for a diplomatic solution.
Refusal COVID-19 Vaccination Results to Discharge from Military
A U.S. Army spokesman announced Wednesday that soldiers who refuse to receive the COVID-19 vaccine will soon be discharged.
Navy Veteran in Jacksonville Got At Wrong Place, Time & Insurance
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reported that Matthew Huhn's vehicle was struck by a stolen car last week while pursuing it, causing damage to the tire and preventing him from driving. He had auto insurance, but he was missing coverage that cost him thousands.
Fed Hikes May Affect Mortgages, Car Loans & Credit Card Rates
Consumers and businesses will eventually feel the impact of the Federal Reserve's announcement that it will begin increasing its benchmark interest rate in March - and likely a few additional times this year.
44% of US Male Seniors Over 75 Qualify for Assisted Living Veteran Benefits
Veteran's communities are places where they can live in apartments or houses. Approximately 44% of US male seniors over 75 are veterans who may qualify for assisted living veteran benefits, according to a study conducted by BoomersHub.
Guns Suicides Felled Several Veterans While Others Move Forward
After many whiskeys in another night of binge-drinking, Jamie Scott King pushed an FNX-40 pistol into his temple while recovering from a neck injury.
Home Refinancing Takes a Drastic Dip
Increasing interest rates are causing headaches for mortgage lenders, especially those specializing in refinancing. Refinancing is no longer in demand.