Joe Biden visited Texas last week. But it was no ordinary campaigning trip to a state Democrats hungrily eye as a target to flip from red to blue.
Back in 2006, US National Guard sergeant Heath Robinson oversaw the burning of waste at a military base in Iraq.
According to a report, the Department of Veterans Affairs plans to recommend closing its nearly century-old medical center in Northampton, a move that could reroute nursing home care and rehabilitation programs to a VA facility in Newington, Connecticut, while moving outpatient and mental health services to a VA clinic in Springfield and community providers.
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The Department of Veterans Affairs will change its disability ratings criteria for mental health conditions, sleep apnea and tinnitus, part of a major overhaul of the review process to ensure that compensation matches veterans' medical conditions and needs, department officials say.
Marines and sailors will get an additional week of leave to bond with their new baby or adopted child under announcements from the services on Monday.
The Navy must review thousands of general and other-than-honorable discharges awarded to sailors and Marines over the past decade for behavioral problems that may have stemmed from a military-related mental health condition or sexual assault.
Professional craft breweries of all sizes will brew homefront IPATM as a fun and unique way to raise funds and honor U.S. service members, veterans, and their families.
CBS News reported on children sickened at Camp Lejeune, leading nearly two dozen veterans to come forward with claims about a broken Veterans Affairs system. CBS News looked into doctors who lacked medical expertise and veterans who fought appeals for years.
Veterans Health Administration (VHA), operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), is the country's biggest medical care system, with 171 hospitals and more than 1,000 clinics.
Veterans' Services in the state may be promoted to a higher rank. A group of state legislators wants to divide a cabinet department.
Dr. Thomas Purinton Dresser is the chief of nuclear medicine at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital in Missouri. He provides a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as a general nuclear medicine physician.