The Case for 'Transition 2.0' and a Model for Separating Veterans
It all comes down to how you think about your transition from the military to a successful, well-paying civilian profession. According to PreVeteran creator Jason Anderson, it's all in your head; all you have to do is shift your thinking and connect yourself with the private sector.
Loan debt for veterans scammed by shuttered for-profit colleges is wiped out.
Jerome Biggins, a Navy veteran, was promised a position after graduating from Heald College, which was part of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges organization.
The government claims veterans were cheated out of $300K in VA benefits.
According to federal authorities, a man hired by the Department of Veterans Affairs to manage veterans' benefits admitted to stealing more than $300,000 from at least ten of his clients.
VA could use its new powers during future national emergencies to protect GI Bill benefits.
When the Covid-19 outbreak in America led several universities to move classes online, Congress gave Veterans Affairs officials extraordinary powers to guarantee that the changes didn't compromise veterans' education benefits.
The Biden Administration Signs 9 Bipartisan Bills to Improve Veterans' Healthcare
"I have said it before, but we have one truly sacred commitment," Biden said. "This is to prepare and equip those we send into harm's way and care for them and their families after they return home." This is a religious duty, and veterans are the backbone or spine of our country."
An indictment of Proud Boys for sedition primarily consists of US military veterans.
According to Military.com, the bulk of Proud Boys members indicted for sedition for violence during the Jan. 6 incident were U.S. military veterans.
A US service member may be involved in a Syria base explosion.
A US service member has been named as a probable suspect in an April explosion at a base in eastern Syria that injured six US personnel.
Class-action suit seeks restraining order against unvaccinated employees.
A federal judge has a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in favor of nine airmen who have refused to receive the coronavirus vaccine mandated by the military.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran Addresses the Senate Floor on Veterans' Benefits
Sen. Jerry Moran presented his measure, "Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022," on the Senate floor.
An ex-Navy vet will race at Road America to raise awareness about veterans.
Tony Blackall, a US Navy veteran, isn't afraid of a challenge.
A Ukrainian guard is helping soldiers blow up Russian tanks over the phone.
Sgt. 1st Class Chris Freymann never imagined he'd be fighting Russian forces entering Ukraine in such a direct way. However, as the fighting progressed, he became a kind of impromptu over-the-phone technical help for Ukrainians attempting to employ Javelin missiles while under fire.
A US Navy Officer Facing Prison for Deadly Crash in Japan
Ridge Alkonis, a U.S. Navy lieutenant, stationed in Japan, planned a springtime vacation to Mount Fuji with his wife and three children as a fun and relaxing family outing before an impending deployment.