American Veterans Group (AVG), a social impact investment bank and Wall Street's first and only public benefit corporation, has provided a grant to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship Program. Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) connects military service members, military spouses, and veterans with American businesses to help them find meaningful employment.
Muskets were fired and flags waved in the wind as the Sons of the American Revolution honored the lives and contributions of three patriots buried at Marietta National Cemetery on Saturday morning.
Navy veteran Beverly Francisco-James is brushing down Dreamer, a 1½-year-old yellow English Labrador, and the dog is looking as if he likes that just fine.
Russia shook up its military leadership over the weekend and began recalling discharged veterans ahead of a major offensive in eastern Ukraine, as Washington grappled with how far to go in aiding Ukrainian troops while still avoiding a direct confrontation with Moscow.
A showdown looms in Ukraine as Russia appointed a new military commander and looked to concentrate its attacks on the eastern part of the country, while Ukraine's president said his troops will hold their ground, and urged Western leaders, in particular US President Joe Biden, to do more.
Like many people around the world, I viewed the images that have emerged in the last few days from Bucha, Ukraine, with horror and fury.
After an Air Force vet posted her story on social media about rising from poverty and graduating with four degrees, her account was disabled, saying she made it happen on her own and wasn't responsible for anyone else's student debt.
West Virginia's aging veterans are dying off, so the Department of Veterans Affairs is considering limiting access to other services and reducing services at the state's three VA hospitals.
Colonel William E. Weber, who helped Americans remember the Korean War, died on Wednesday, February 7. He turns 97 on February 12. On Saturday (local time), Weber died at his residence in Maryland.
Since 2016, Lakewood Municipal Court has been proudly hosting Veteran’s Treatment Court.
With $150 million in the bank, El Paso stands a good chance of having an expanded Veteran Affairs health care center by 2026, a top administration official said.
A traveling gallery of photos titled,“Les Paul Thru the Lens,” highlighting the life and career of music industry icon, inventor, and musician Les Paul, opens Tuesday, April 12 and runs through June 1 at the NAMM’s Museum of Making Music, 5790 Armada Drive. The museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Admission is $10-$15; free for kids age 3 and under. Visit museumofmakingmusic.org.
A traveling gallery of photos titled,“Les Paul Thru the Lens,” highlighting the life and career of music industry icon, inventor, and musician Les Paul, opens Tuesday April 12 and runs through June 1 at the NAMM’s Museum of Making Music, 5790 Armada Drive. The museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Admission is $10-$15; free for kids age 3 and under. Visit museumofmakingmusic.org.
On Friday, Sen. Mike Rounds and Rep. Dusty Johnson spoke to local veterans at a Disabled American Veterans Townhall at the Rushmore Hotel.
Citing decreasing need for services as West Virginia’s aging veterans pass away, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is considering reducing services at the state’s three VA hospitals and limiting access to other services.
On Friday, Democratic Gov. Tony Evers approved 35 bills and vetoed 43.
Karbach Brewing announced it has signed on with the national nonprofit Soldiers’ Angels to brew a custom recipe, Homefront IPA™, to raise funds to support U.S. service members, veterans, and their families. The announcement makes Karbach Brewing the ninth craft brewery to join this year’s “Hops for Heroes” campaign, which helps fund Soldiers’ Angels’ national and international support programs.
Jim Barger's throne at Charleston, South Carolina's VFW Post 445 is the corner barstool, where the 91-year-old Army veteran sits back and sips from a foamy glass of Stella Artois.
Hundreds of thousands of veterans who served our country are still waiting for benefits due to a massive claims backlog – some have been waiting years.
During Friday’s visit to 55-plus Active Adult Community Hershey’s Mill, Chester County Recorder of Deeds Chris Pielli ensured that three dozen U.S. Veterans recorded their discharge documents and received Chester County veteran discount ID cards.