GI Bill Expansion Voted Against by 36 Congressmen Who Are Veterans

GI Bill Expansion Voted Against by 36 Congressmen Who Are Veterans

In spite of the opposition of 36 military veterans and current members of the National Guard and Reserves who also serve in the House of Representatives, a bill passed on Jan. 12 extending eligibility for the Post-9/11 GI Bill to the military's National Guard and Reserve.

The Oldest World War II Veteran Dies

The Oldest World War II Veteran Dies

The National World War II Museum in New Orleans reports that Lawrence Brooks, 111, died Jan. 5, and he was the country's oldest World War II veteran.

San Diego Vets Could Lose Housing Funds

San Diego Vets Could Lose Housing Funds

Nearly two dozen veteran students will lose about two-thirds of their housing funds because the California Institute of Arts & Technology (CIAT), where they are enrolled, will no longer be having classes in person.

Bill to Fix Incentive-Based Recruitment Ban Passes

Bill to Fix Incentive-Based Recruitment Ban Passes

The THRIVE Act, a veterans benefits law that was approved during the summer, did not explicitly allow GI Bill funding institutions to offer incentives to students from abroad. Industry leaders are seeking “necessary legislative fixes.”