Veteran Speaks Out on How Afghan War Veterans Can seek Help
The images coming out from Afghanistan have been heartbreaking for veterans across the country to witness and even here at home in Central Texas.
Cost of Benefits for Post-9/11 Veterans to Double by 2050, New Report Estimates
The cost of care and benefits for post-9/11 veterans could be $2.5 trillion -- double previous estimates and a staggering figure that a new report says is due in part to an expansion of services but also to the extensive injuries among those who deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.
President Biden Sends an Extra 1,000 Troops to Afghanistan as Taliban Forces Close in on Capital
More troops are deploying to Afghanistan to evacuate U.S. personnel and Afghan allies as the Taliban's swift warpath leaves the Afghan government on the brink of collapse.
Military to Upgrade some Service Crosses to Medal of Honor
The military will review some service crosses awarded to Black and Native American veterans to determine whether they should be upgraded to the Medal of Honor.
A new Bill Proposes an LGBTQ Veterans Advisory Committee at VA
U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas of New Hampshire has introduced a bill to establish an LGBTQ Veterans Advisory Committee at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Here’s Top 5 Stand-Up Comedians Who Served in the Military
Every military unit has at least one person who can crack a joke about anything at any time. Most of those people learn discipline, grow up and become productive members of society.