It’s hard to imagine what it must be like to be homeless and on the street In January.
WASHINGTON — As more female soldiers move into frontline combat jobs, the Army’s top leaders have decided to integrate female officers into infantry and armor brigades at three more military bases around the country.
Female military Veterans are being encouraged to donate their brains for research, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced Wednesday in a collaborative effort.
The first enlisted woman to retire from the Marine Corps, who was also the first woman to join the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve, was buried in Arlington National Cemetery Tuesday.
WASHINGTON – Veterans who are married or in a live-in relationship have a higher risk of suicide than their single counterparts, according to a new study from the Department of Veterans Affairs and the University of Connecticut.
SALEM, Ore. – A 14-year Navy Veteran is set to take over as head of the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs.
WASHINGTON — Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth is pregnant with her second child. She will be the first U.S. senator to give birth while in office.
LONGVIEW, Wash. — A woman identified by a scholar as the inspiration for Rosie the RiVeter, the iconic female World War II factory worker, has died in Washington state.
At a time when the Department of Veterans Affairs has its hands full combating the opiate epidemic among Veterans; walking a tightrope on medical cannabis research; chipping away at its claims backlog; and ending Veterans suicide, it’s struggling to find time and resources to end Veteran homelessness.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is revolutionizing the use of new health care technology to deliver convenient, accessible health care to Veterans. VA’s TeleHealth service is mission critical to the future direction of VA, and utilizes health informatics, disease management and telehealth technologies to care for and provide case management. More importantly, it helps Veterans to continue to live independently; in their own homes, local communities and stay out of the hospital.