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Local Assistance Center to remain in Lucerne till August 17
LAKE COUNTY NEWS --- After a busy day Friday the Local Assistance Center in Lucerne continued operations Saturday with plans to remain in Lucerne until Friday, August 17.
Oakland Raiders honor past and present veterans
DVIDS --- The Oakland Raiders invited 30 Airmen from Travis Air Force Base, California, to attend their training camp in Napa, California. The Airmen were treated to a scrimmage between the Raiders and the Detroit Lions.
Why military veterans are turning to archaeology
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC --- A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN a crowdsourced archaeology organization and a veterans recovery program has opened up new possibilities for American military veterans in a field that may once have seemed like a stretch: archaeology.
What to expect in a private security career as a veteran
TASK & PURPOSE --- As someone who is on almost every veteran job listserv in my local area, I can tell you one of the most in-demand gigs are in the realm of security careers. From sporting arena security to hospitals, security is a concern...
Agent Orange ‘blue-water’ benefits bill stalls in Senate committee
STARS AND STRIPES --- A bill that could give back benefits to thousands of Solano County Navy and Marine Corps veterans potentially exposed to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War has stalled in a Senate committee.
Intensive outpatient program eases veterans’ PTSD symptoms
HEALIO.COM --- Veterans who completed a 3-week intensive outpatient program for daily cognitive processing therapy, mindfulness, yoga and psychoeducation saw large reductions in PTSD and depression symptoms, according to study findings.
The first woman was sworn into the Marine Corps a century ago. Now a group of veterans is trying to preserve her story
TIME --- These days, women in the U.S. Marines have reached all kinds of milestones...for example, the New York Times reported on how Lieutenant Marina A. Hierl, 24 ... passed the 13-week Marines Corps’ Infantry Officer Course at Quantico, VA.
Event: VA benefits counselor available at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library to provide assistance for veterans and their families
FAIRFIELD DAILY REPUBLIC --- Colleen Kelly, a representative from Solano County's Veteran Services department, will be at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library the fourth Wednesday of each month from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Veterans Legal Institute receives $5,000 grant from Bank of America
OC BREEZE --- Veterans Legal Institute (VLI) is proud to announce the continuing support of Bank of America with another $5,000 grant for its Veterans Pro Bono Legal Clinics.
Air Force wants to connect female airmen with VA resources
MILITARY TIMES --- A new test program between the Air Force and the Veterans Affairs Department wants to help female airmen as they transition to the civilian world or Reserve/Guard status.
Going to a job fair? This is what you should expect to get out of it.
MILITARY TIMES --- Hire Our Heroes founder Dan Caporale says it’s unrealistic to expect to walk into a job fair, hand out your resume and get a call back with a job offer the next day — or even at all.
These four-legged military heroes will soon have an award of their own
MILITARY TIMES --- Military working dogs, the beloved canines who have saved countless of troops on the battlefield, will soon have their own commendation.
Veterans groups concerned with DeVos ‘borrower defense’ plan
POLITICO --- Groups representing veterans and military servicemembers say they’re alarmed by a Trump administration plan that would require defrauded students to default on their loans before they’re eligible to apply for debt relief.
Concerns build over Trump’s unofficial advisers on veterans policy
MILITARY TIMES --- Democratic lawmakers are pushing for a full investigation into what role a small group of President Donald Trump’s personal friends may have in influencing Veterans Affairs policy, calling it a possible violation of federal law...
CBU hosts summit aimed at improving mental wellness for veterans
CAL BAPTIST --- A Veterans’ Mental Health Wellness Summit held at California Baptist University Aug. 9 attracted more than 400 participants, including veterans and their family members.
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