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.
The VA released a post today proposing changes to the VA Schedule for Rating Disabilities (VASRD) that directly affect the respiratory, auditory, and mental disorders body systems. Modern medical advances and knowledge would be employed to compensate Veterans more accurately under the changes.
The US Marine who served in Iraq on two separate tours was discharged, got a civilian job, and thought all military service was over. The volunteer has been scheduled to go to Ukraine for another deployment. Some veterans had donated rifle scopes, helmets, and body armor to him.
Maine's governor said she would dedicate $3.5 million to keep veterans homes open in northern Maine.
Several clinics that provide services to veterans in New Mexico face closure after a new Washington, D.C. recommendation.
Top student-loan official warns some schools are lying about the costs and terms of student loans.
Gov. Janet Mills proposes to provide $3.5 million to bailout two Maine veterans' homes that are set to close.
There's a new research center that's going to improve veteran care in Providence.
In the Air Force Reserves, Rob Healy didn't hesitate.
Those living in Delaware will get more tax relief after the Delaware Senate passes a bill.
CBS News ran a report about children sickened at Camp Lejeune, and nearly two dozen veterans came forward to report the broken Veterans Affairs system. CBS News found doctors without expertise in relevant medical fields and vets who spent years fighting their cases.
Military personnel and veterans don't have to limit themselves to video games and tabletop games, and they're becoming part of their culture, too. Gamers -- often called "esports" -- are used by the Pentagon to recruit younger people. In addition, Mitchell Reed, a former U.S. army missile defense officer, says gaming can also assist military veterans after they leave the service.