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This is sort of a complicated and long story. I'm going to start at the end, which is what is in the Military Times today:
Residents at Alexandria's Veteran Affairs community living center got a surprise visit on Thursday morning when nearly 90 fourth-graders from Pollock Elementary school came to show appreciation to the Veterans for their service in the military.
Passage would stand to draw more recent military retirees to Arizona
Senate Bill 1444 will make Arizona even more the most military friendly state in the nation,
A recent Government Accountability Office study on official time at the Veterans Affairs Department is sparking a broader debate about the role federal union work should play within agency operations.
Native Americans serve in the U.S. armed forces in greater numbers per capita than any other ethnic group, and they've been a part of every major conflict over the last 200 years.
A Waterloo homeless shelter for Veterans is expected to be open this month, thanks to donations from several sources, including President Donald Trump's foundation.
LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Office of Veterans Affairs has been awarded a $15,000 grant for Veterans’ treatment courts, according to State Rep. Mike Hanna, D-Lock Haven.
The first-ever clinical study of smoked cannabis for Veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder took place in Phoenix this week, making medical-marijuana history.
A Murfreesboro Veteran killed himself in a storage unit Thursday afternoon, according to Murfreesboro Police.