Retired U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Rick Disney had served in the military about a year when he fell from a repel tower and broke his heel in Norfolk, Va., during a 1999 training exercise.
A company developing a unique e-learning, behavior changing technology platform recently won a contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Center for Innovation to create a program to treat veterans with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
The Republican National Committee transformed its Washington, D.C., headquarters into “Santa’s Workshop” on Tuesday afternoon, creating an assembly line where hundreds of Christmas care packages were put together for troops deployed overseas.
A Navajo code talker and U.S Marine Corps veteran said on Tuesday that he was not offended by President Donald Trump’s “Pocahontas” remarks about Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), but he was “puzzled” by them.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report Monday revealing the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has failed to report 90 percent of potentially dangerous medical providers to a national database in recent years.
A veteran burned himself alive outside of a Veterans Affairs facility in early 2016 after the clinic repeatedly failed to provide him mental health support despite constant pleas for help, according to an investigation into the death.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis spent Veterans Day by walking the famed Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery and talking to the families and friends of fallen service members.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee will soon vote on bipartisan legislation to give veterans the option to seek private-sector medical care if the Department of Veterans Affairs is unable to provide a patient with an adequate health care team.
Sens. Tom Cotton (R., Ark. ) and Thom Tillis (R., N.C.) introduced the VALOR Act which will help military veterans have more access to apprenticeship programs.