Top Franchise for Veterans: PostNet
PostNet, a global leader in high-quality printing and shipping solutions, has been recognized as one of the top franchises for veterans after being named a 5-star brand by VetFran, which is a program of the International Franchise Association.
Special Event for Vietnam Veterans
American Legion Post 41 in Houston will be open on that day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to welcome Vietnam veterans. There will be refreshments and drinks, displays of related military gear, and for football fans, a new type of table-top football game invented by Navy veteran Michael Wray. There will be sea-stories, recounted history, and there might even be some re-unions.
Arizona Launches Hiring Campaign to Hire More Veterans
Right now, the state of Arizona employs about 3,200 veterans. However, they want to double that number by 2025 by using former service members to fill current vacancies.
International Veterans and Kata Events are Held by the Bahia Judo Federation
On the morning of Monday 21st March 2022,L the Bahia Judo Federation (FEBAJU) promoted the official launch of the Pan American Veterans and Kata Championships, the South American Veterans Championship and the Pan American Veterans Open, at the Mercure Hotel, in Salvador Bahia, Brazil.
Veteran Group from Florida Helps Ukraine Evacuate Midst of War with Russia
U.S. veterans are doing their part to ensure that families and children caught in Ukraine and other war zones are evacuated safely.
Ukrainian Activists in US Ask Veterans to Donate Essential Gear to Ukraine
Who understands the needs of war better than people who have experienced it firsthand? That’s the question a group of five US-based Ukrainians asked themselves when they decided to launch “Gear for Ukraine” — a platform that collects donated body armor and other essential gear to Ukrainian territorial defense from veterans, hunters, and other Americans.
During Hollywood Week, Jordin Sparks, Lauren Alaina, and More Veterans Will be Featured
American Idol is welcoming back some familiar faces in its upcoming “Hollywood Week: Genre Challenge” episode.
Leaders in Montana and Veterans Oppose VA Report Recommending Closures of Medical Clinics
A new federal report is laying out big potential changes for veterans’ health care facilities across the country – including here in Montana. However, there’s a long way to go before any of them might become a reality.
Veterans Honored along Memorial Parkway with banners in Utica
Banners hung along Utica’s Memorial Parkway will honor veterans through a partnership between local veterans' groups.
PenFed Credit Union Sponsors Over 30 Military Veterans and First Responders in America's VetDogs Training
PenFed Credit Union, the nation's second largest federal credit union, proudly sponsors over 30 military veterans and first responders with disabilities to attend a two-week in-residence training program where they are paired with their America's VetDogs service dog. During the program, which takes place on VetDogs' 10-acre campus in Smithtown, New York,
Veterans Exposed to PFAS to be Provided with Health care Under New Bill
In Michigan, congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) introduced a new bill to protect veterans and their families from toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at military installations through the Veterans Administration (VA).
Ukraine's Orphans Have No Home, says a US Veteran Rescuing Them
First time trying to rescue a group of Ukrainian orphans, the shelling was so intense that even war-hardened vets had to give up.
Bouncer Arrested in Slaying of Soldier Near Faneuil Hall
The police department has caught a man in relation with a deadly stabbing at the weekend, and police have revealed that the victim is a veteran.
Veterans, Montana Leaders push back on VA Report About Clinic Closures
Here in Montana, there are some big changes coming for vets' health care facilities in a new federal report. However, each of the above scenarios will take time to become a reality.
SSG Knauss Honored With Art by Local Veterans Organization
It’s been over six months since 13 American service members were killed at the Kabul airport during the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
An ex-Virginia Tech Football Player Shows Off his Talent on 'American Idol'
A former Virginia Tech football player showed off his newfound talent — and impressed the judges on “American Idol.” Dan Marshall, 24, said he was accustomed to singing in his truck before he performed at his grandfather’s memorial service. After only a few months and a handful of performances, he was belting out lyrics on national television on Sunday, March 20.
The AANA Applauds Rep. Underwood's Support for Removing Barriers to care at the Veterans Administration
During a hearing on VA Healthcare workforce issues on March 17 in the House Committee on Veterans Affairs (VA), Committee member Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-IL) urged the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Congress to address workforce shortages in the VA healthcare system by allowing Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) to practice at the full scope of their licensure and education.
South Americans to Fight in Ukraine: 'Either Kill or be Killed'
Emílio Teixeira Alarcón thinks he knows exactly how he will feel after slaying his first Russian soldier.
Veterans Rescuing Ukrainian Orphans During the Russian conflict; 'It's an honor,' says Leader
As Russia continues its deadly assault on Ukraine, a small group of American veterans is rescuing the country's orphans in areas under attack and bringing them to safety.
Veterans Demand Apology for Candidate's Comments in Ohio Republican Forum
A near-physical altercation in the nasty Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Ohio led to a demand Monday from some military veterans that one candidate apologize for saying a rival who did two tours in Iraq never served in the private sector and didn’t know anything about business.