“I’m still trying to process it,” military Veteran Helen Grace James said upon receiving the long-awaited news.
A FedEx delivery arrived at Helen Grace James' door on Wednesday. It was a message from the U.S. Air Force. She called two of her closest friends to come be with her before she opened it, and they arrived 20 minutes later.
Gina Ortiz Jones wants to build a better Texas.
A proposal to house homeless and down-on-their-luck female Veterans in new transitional housing at the Oakhill Renaissance Place county office building in Youngstown rises as a win-win proposition.
Served Like a Girl is an eye-opening documentary that follows four female Veterans as they compete in the annual Ms. Veteran America competition. Through their stirring stories, viewers get a glimpse of the many problems plaguing women in the military on and off the battlefield.
No woman should die of cervical cancer. You can help prevent cervical cancer by getting screened regularly, starting at age 21.
Advocates for military women are planning a #MeToo demonstration outside the Pentagon next month to add their voices to the movement that has put a spotlight on workplace sexual harassment and extinguished the careers of powerful men in entertainment, media, technology and politics.
Today the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced the appointment of a new chairwoman and four new members to the Advisory Committee on Women Veterans, an expert panel that advises the VA Secretary on issues and programs of importance to women Veterans, their families and caregivers.