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Display in Ventura honors Californians killed in War on Terror
VENTURA COUNTY STAR --- A traveling memorial that displays the names of veterans from California who have died in the War on Terror — from Sept. 11, 2001, to the present day — is on display through Monday in the Hall of Administration.
Special congressional panel to scrutinize VA’s medical records overhaul
MILITARY TIMES --- House lawmakers plan to form a new oversight panel to track Veteran Affairs officials’ work on modernizing their electronic health records system, saying that Congress needs to closely monitor the years-long process.
After Irvine voters rejected land swap, could veterans cemetery move to Anaheim?
ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER --- As Irvine officials try to decide where to build a long-promised veterans cemetery in their city, a new location elsewhere is getting more serious consideration.
Democrats call for investigation after VA fails to share information on new disciplinary law
STARS AND STRIPES --- Democrats are calling for an investigation into a one-year-old law that gave USDVA leaders more power to discipline employees, citing a lack of transparency from the agency about how it’s being put to use.
From US Marine Corps to corporate: BrightView Senior VP applies military skills to achieve success
TASK & PURPOSE --- BrightView’s Gregory Jacquin knows what it takes to adapt, persevere and overcome to achieve high aspirations.
Veterans owe thousands for survivor benefits. Why can’t they opt out?
NEW YORK TIMES --- On an afternoon in late February, Staff Sgt. John Daniel Shannon, who goes by Dan, got in his truck and drove down the dirt road near his house in Westcliffe, Colo., to meet his son’s school bus at the bottom of the hill.
3 looming questions for Robert Wilkie’s VA confirmation hearing
MILITARY TIMES --- The upcoming confirmation hearings for the next Veterans Affairs secretary won’t be nearly as contentious as they would have been with the last nominee, but Robert Wilkie still faces a host of tough questions ...
VA inspector general accuses acting VA secretary of concealing information
STARS AND STRIPES --- The acting secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the agency’s inspector general are engaged in a power struggle, each accusing the other of withholding access to information and impeding VA oversight.
VA watchdog accuses leadership of withholding access to employee complaints
MILITARY TIMES --- Veterans Affairs’ independent watchdog office is accusing department leaders of improperly withholding records dealing with employee complaints, saying the action could be covering up potential criminal misbehavior.
Long Beach Veterans Affairs nursing home receives 5-star rating
ORANGE COUNTY BREEZE --- The Tibor Rubin Veterans Affairs Medical Center announced that its nursing home received 5-stars as part of its annual performance rating.
Orange County opened their hearts to help Veterans Legal Institute, raising a record-breaking $91,068 in only 24 hours
ORANGE COUNTY BREEZE --- Veterans Legal Institute and 10 fellow nonprofits partnered with the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) to host Stand and Salute, a Giving Day to honor OC veterans and military families, on June 14.
Prosecutor: Doc hired by VA sexually assaulted four female patients
SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE --- Four female patients from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs were sexually assaulted by an Oceanside physician who was arrested on Wednesday, authorities say.
California VA clerk accused of stealing identity of 1,000+ veterans
AMERICAN MILITARY NEWS --- A Veterans Affairs clerk was arrested last week for allegedly stealing private information from more than 1,000 veterans. The personal information of more than 1,000 veterans was found during a traffic stop of the VA clerk.
Secret VA nursing home ratings hide poor quality care from the public
USA TODAY --- World War II veteran Rosario "Russ" Bonanno was facing worsening dementia when his family brought him last year to the Department of Veterans Affairs nursing home in Bedford, Massachusetts.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Honor Committee, June 27, 2018
Agenda for June 27, 2018 meeting.
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