It all comes down to how you think about your transition from the military to a successful, well-paying civilian profession. According to PreVeteran creator Jason Anderson, it's all in your head; all you have to do is shift your thinking and connect yourself with the private sector.
Jerome Biggins, a Navy veteran, was promised a position after graduating from Heald College, which was part of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges organization.
According to federal authorities, a man hired by the Department of Veterans Affairs to manage veterans' benefits admitted to stealing more than $300,000 from at least ten of his clients.
When the Covid-19 outbreak in America led several universities to move classes online, Congress gave Veterans Affairs officials extraordinary powers to guarantee that the changes didn't compromise veterans' education benefits.
"I have said it before, but we have one truly sacred commitment," Biden said. "This is to prepare and equip those we send into harm's way and care for them and their families after they return home." This is a religious duty, and veterans are the backbone or spine of our country."
According to Military.com, the bulk of Proud Boys members indicted for sedition for violence during the Jan. 6 incident were U.S. military veterans.
A US service member has been named as a probable suspect in an April explosion at a base in eastern Syria that injured six US personnel.
A federal judge has a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in favor of nine airmen who have refused to receive the coronavirus vaccine mandated by the military.
Sen. Jerry Moran presented his measure, "Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022," on the Senate floor.
Tony Blackall, a US Navy veteran, isn't afraid of a challenge.
Sgt. 1st Class Chris Freymann never imagined he'd be fighting Russian forces entering Ukraine in such a direct way. However, as the fighting progressed, he became a kind of impromptu over-the-phone technical help for Ukrainians attempting to employ Javelin missiles while under fire.
Ridge Alkonis, a U.S. Navy lieutenant, stationed in Japan, planned a springtime vacation to Mount Fuji with his wife and three children as a fun and relaxing family outing before an impending deployment.
Several House members are concerned that the Department of Veterans Affairs home loan program is falling behind in an increasingly competitive housing market, putting veterans at a disadvantage to buyers who utilize commercial loans.
Under a new bill launched Friday by dozens of House Democrats, the Defense Department would be permitted to fund or deliver abortions for military members as the country prepares for a Supreme Court ruling that may severely restrict access.
Around 20 British veterans gathered on Sunday at Pegasus Bridge in northern France to commemorate the nearly 160,000 men from the United States, Canada, and other nations who landed in Normandy on June 6, 1944.
On Saturday, Seaman First Class Billy Turner became the first veteran to be buried in the new Oklahoma State Veterans Cemetery in Ardmore, marking the end of an 80-year journey.
The VA Electronic Health Record Transparency Act of 2021 was unanimously passed by the US Senate this week, and the bill is now on its way to President Joe Biden's desk to be signed into law.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) has launched its Military Spouse Homefront Heroes Hiring program, which will provide mid-to high-level remote, hybrid, and in-office career opportunities for spouses currently serving. The new initiative will onboard 100 new staff each year for the next five years.
How often do service members refuse to dine at their dining facility and pay out of pocket to eat elsewhere?
According to Army Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the United States military may need to reorganize to fight future wars dramatically affected by artificial intelligence, robotics, and other advanced technology.