A group of American Special Operations veterans and medical professionals are on the ground in Ukraine, training Ukrainian forces, doctors and civilians in how to address a range of medicine and surgery issues, from treating front-line combat injuries to advanced trauma surgery interventions.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer vowed Sunday to fight “tooth and nail” against the Biden administration’s plan to close two Big Apple hospitals dedicated to caring for hundreds of thousands of New York City veterans.
Even though employers are laser focused on improving the employee experience, there are still a lot of underemployed talent that doesn't get the proper outreach and support. For instance, veterans are underrepresented among employers.
Several minutes into Eric Benson's interview with the Department of Veterans Affairs, a former Army officer who suffered a head injury in Iraq, he began to unravel.
Dave Rocco says the United States recognizes Vietnam War veterans a lot better now than it did then.
Heidi Selbee's life looks different now.
After leaving the Marines in 2021, freshman Jose Hinojosa decided to enroll at Ithaca College to pursue film. Yet, there were hardly any resources aimed toward supporting his experience as a veteran and as a non-traditional student. To help bring these resources to the college, he started a Student Veterans of America (SVA) chapter at the college.
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) announced today it has received a $15 million donation from MacKenzie Scott to support the needs of post-9/11 wounded, ill and injured veterans. The gift – the largest ever given to WWP by an individual – will help fund lifesaving mental health and brain health programs and services.
When you talk to other Veterans, you can help bust myths and misconceptions that prevent them from getting their health care through VA. Please share the information below and in part one of this series. By sharing, you can help your fellow Veterans understand the world-class quality of VA health care and encourage them to access the care they deserve.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing big changes to the massive system that administers health care to the nation's 9 million enrolled vets.
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Sarah Verardo, CEO of Veteran non-profit The Independence Fund, testified before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs (SVAC) for the Honoring Our Commitment: Improving VA's Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers hearing.
Recently, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released its health care facility recommendations to the Asset and Infrastructure Review (AIR) Commission. These proposals are the first step in a multi-year process. Under the law, all VA proposals are required to be reviewed by the Commission, the President, and Congress.
More than 75 years ago as the Department of Veterans Affairs prepared to welcome home more than 100,000 veteran patients from World War II, VA hospitals and medical schools across the country developed an unprecedented plan to partner together. The plan had three goals — to recruit doctors for VA, train the country’s next generation of health professionals, and provide world-class care for our nat
Montana celebrated a monumental day for veterans with the grand opening of the David J. Thatcher VA Clinic in Missoula back in January. What began as a humble clinic on Orange Street is now the region’s largest VA facility.
The James E. Callahan Berkshire Chapter 65 of the Vietnam Veterans of America is sponsoring a ceremony commemorating National Vietnam War Veterans Day at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 26, in Park Square.
President Biden brought up "burn pits" during a discussion of health benefits for veterans during his State of the Union address on March 1.
Paralyzed Veterans of America today announced it received a donation of more than $1 million from Penske Automotive Group, a long-time partner and veteran supporter. We received donations from Penske Automotive Group and Premier Truck Group, along with a matching donation of $500,000.
During his trip to Fort Worth, Texas, on Tuesday, Joe Biden advocated for better health benefits and medical care for military veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and returned with chronic illnesses caused by burn pit exposure.
In the ultimate decision made by the U.S. Supreme Court has heard the appeal of a Navy veteran who believes he should have received disability compensation starting from the day he left the military rather than from the day he filed his paperwork, an outcome which could mean substantial back pay for veteran who delayed filing for years.