Staff members at a VA hospital in Wisconsin nicknamed “Candy Land” for its increase in painkiller drug prescriptions have been found at fault in the death of a former U.S. Marine last year.
A 66-year-old Vietnam War veteran and his 10-pound Yorkshire terrier Benji survived an attack from a 200-pound black bear last week.
The United States’ oldest known veteran died at the age of 110 Monday.
Veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company (BRCC) sent the Washington Free Beacon some coffee to try and, since reviewing ultra American food is a thing we’ve gotten into lately, we did. We were lucky enough to try out BRCC’s Caffeinated as Fuck, Combat Fuel, Sniper’s Hide, and Gunship blends.
President Obama threatened to veto the Veterans Affairs Accountability Act in a statement on Wednesday.
As the Fourth of July approached this year, there was an interesting bubble of press coverage that focused on the efforts of an Indiana-based nonprofit, Military With PTSD, to make available these signs across the country:
Recently the Free Beacon sat down with several World War II veterans to ask them about Memorial Day. After explaining the importance of the holiday, the veterans were kind enough to share their stories. Each veteran told the Free Beacon about their own unique experience in the military.
A United States Marine who has been “walking the walk for fellow veterans” is set to complete a roughly 300 mile march from his home in North Carolina to Washington, D.C. on Saturday when he will complete the final leg of his journey from just outside the city.