Wounded combat Veteran turned heads and warmed hearts he competed in the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Air Force Veteran Harold Palmquist took to the streets last year with his bike and dog, Daisy, and rode from Los Angeles to Georgia to raise awareness for homeless Veterans and their struggles to keep their pets. Now, he's turning around and biking back, according to CBS 7 WSPA in North Carolina.
President Trump has signed The Veterans Choice Improvement Act. This new law will significantly expand a existing program at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The final printed copy of the signed legislation was not available at the time of this writing.
A USS Arizona sailor who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor was laid to rest inside the ship he escaped.
Robert Downs says he takes full responsibility for his actions
A high-level, Topeka-based Veterans Affairs official has been fired following an investigation into inappropriate conduct involving sexually charged correspondence.
One day Robert Tucker, or “Bob” as he likes to be called, was waiting for his ride home from the Manchester VA Medical Center after his appointment and I had the pleasure of meeting him. It started with a smile and I asked, “how are you?” Bob extended his hand to hold mine, and said, “I am much better now.”
For many Veterans, deciding when, where and how to receive medical care is often one of the most complex and challenging decisions of the entire health care process. Health care performance, access or quality of care data, is very complicated – leaving many Veterans at a loss for the best course of action. To help, VA is launching a new website with an access and quality tool to help Veterans make more informed choices.
Rumors are circulating Capitol Hill that The Big 6 Veteran service organizations (VSOs) and VA negotiated a massive and covert budget cut coming soon.
After a through internal review of an employee of the Michael DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Houston caught watching pornography while with a patient, the designated proposing official recommended removal from federal service.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today the awarding of $599,802 in Specially Adapted Housing Assistive Technology (SAHAT) Grants to eligible individuals, researchers and organizations to develop new technology that may enhance Veterans’ and service members’ ability to live in a specially adapted home.