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Vietnam Veterans Memorial Honor Committee Meeting, 2-28-2019
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Honor Committee Meeting, 2/28/2019
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Honor Committee Investigative Subcommittee Meeting, 2-28-2019
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Honor Committee Investigative Subcommittee Meeting, 2/28/2019
Congress poised to help veterans exposed to ‘burn pit’ toxins over decades of war
NEW YORK TIMES --- Everywhere he went in Iraq during his yearlong deployment, Ryne Robinson saw the burning trash pits. Sometimes, like in Ramadi, they were as large as a municipal dump, filled with abandoned or destroyed military vehicles, ...
After the donation: Caliber collision, Allstate step up to help Army veteran
AUTOBODY NEWS --- Some deserving people receive donated cars to make their lives a little easier, while others use them to get better jobs and improve their situations.
House passes bill to offer free child care at VA facilities nationwide
STARS AND STRIPES --- The House easily passed legislation Friday to provide free child care for some veterans at Department of Veterans Affairs facilities nationwide.
Apple will partner with Veterans Affairs to make medical information more accessible to U.S. veterans
FORTUNE --- Apple is expanding its move into the health care industry, thanks to a new partnership. The tech company announced Monday that it will partner with the [USDVA] to make health records available to veterans through the iPhone Health app.
New state veterans secretary is first female to serve in that role in Wisconsin
MILKWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL --- The slogan "It's not just a job, it's an adventure" was designed to lure people to join the U.S. Navy. And for Mary Kolar, it worked.
Rep. Walter Jones, a military advocate who later opposed Iraq War, dies at age 76
MILITARY TIMES --- North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones, a conservative lawmaker turned anti-war advocate, died Sunday at age 76 after a series of serious health issues in recent months. Jones’ congressional website confirmed his passing.
VA continues to fail male victims of military sexual trauma
THE HILL --- The problem of sexual harassment and assault in the United States military has been widely reported, often — though not always — framed as predominantly women’s issue. However, more than half of survivors are men ...
House Democrats, newly empowered, turn their investigations on Veterans Affairs
NEW YORK TIMES --- The new Democratic leadership of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee said Friday that it would investigate the influence exerted by three members of President Trump’s Florida beach club on the Department of Veterans Affairs.
We need your help at the Veterans Home
NAPA VALLEY REGISTER --- Your press release on Jan. 30 responding to the California State Audit of the state’s Veterans Homes was interesting and surprising.
As temperatures drop, some feel fortunate west county homeless shelter finally open
VC STAR --- At 9 p.m., it’s lights out at a west county regional homeless shelter in Oxnard. That’s when the Marine veteran goes to bed. When the shelter opened last week ahead of storms, Moyer finally got to sleep at night on a blow-up mattress ...
Jamboree to celebrate 10th anniversary of first Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)-funded housing development in California
BENZINGA --- Diamond Apartment Homes, a Permanent Supportive Housing development in Anaheim, CA, saves taxpayers millions and increases stability as a "diamond in the rough" for formerly homeless individuals ...
Nisei veterans to host exhibit featuring photography from Japanese internment
MAUI NOW --- The Nisei Veterans Memorial Center will host the exclusive Hawai’i premiere of a free exhibit featuring the work of renowned photographer Toyo Miyatake. The exhibit, called “TOYO: Behind the Glass Eye,” will run from Feb. 16-Jun. 14.
More help for soldiers in need: Medical equipment, dental costs, child safety, spouse immigration fees
MILITARY TIMES --- Soldiers may now qualify for more help with family members’ dental expenses, medical equipment and device costs, and with foreign-born spouses’ passport and immigration fees ― ...
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