PENFED Foundation, a nonprofit founded by PenFed Credit Union, recently announced its second annual Black History Month Ignition Challenge as part of Black History Month in February.
In December, the unemployment rate among U.S. veterans fell to its lowest level in over two years, before the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that hit hundreds of thousands of jobs across the country.
Hot dogs are so closely linked to Coney Island in New York that the word "coney" actually means hot dog in some parts of the United States. We know it as a hot dog because it was invented on Coney Island.
A new wholly-owned subsidiary of Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU), Navy Federal Financial Group (NFFG), announced today the renaming of its broker-dealer and registered investment advisor solutions business, Navy Federal Brokerage Services (NFBS).
The Department of Justice will provide $197,235 to establish a Veterans Treatment Court in Glendale, Ariz., according to Rep. Ruben Gallego.
A new contract, referred to as VLM-Next Generation (VLM-NG), will see the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) memorialization program move forward to the next phase for honoring our nation's veterans. The Veterans Legacy Memorial (VLM) is supported by GovernmentCIO (GovCIO).
In Washington State and across the country, Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) and Congressman Derek Kilmer (WA-06) introduced the Planning for Aging Veterans Act to support the long-term care needs of veterans.
The Texas General Land Office has relieved a former investment officer of his duties after he publicly questioned why the state should maintain veterans cemeteries, such as the one in Killeen, Tx., when it loses money.
Even though it was not called "Operation Impress," the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks visited the Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Harrison Township recently.
A new pilot program will provide emergency assistance to peacetime veterans 65 and older for the first time in the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund’s (MVTF) 75-year history.
Army leaders who are responsible for the entire military branch’s switch to a new email service say that every soldier will have access to email in some form when "The Army 365" launches in March.
In Massachusetts, the governor's recent legislation would make the occupation licensing process easier for military families relocating to the state, but it might also convince the federal government to station its newest fighter jets in Westfield, supporters said.