Please, remember our POWs and MIAs. They still wait. Their families still wait.
By Brett Zongker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- More than 1,600 museums across the country will offer free admission to active-duty military personnel and their families this summer in a program that has more than doubled in size since 2010.
e-Benefits offers Veterans a "one-stop shopping" experience to quickly pull up all of their VA benefits information, which provides them with easy access to the many benefits and services they've earned.
eBenefits is a portal; a central location for Veterans, Service Members, and their families to research, find, access, and, in time, manage their benefits and personal information.
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This month, more than a dozen homeless veterans in Connecticut will finally have a place to call their own, thanks to the American Legion. They'll stay at the legion's post in the small town of Jewett City. Lucy Nalpathanchil from member station WNPR reports.
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The Pentagon and Labor Department must become "more adept" at translating military experience into marketable skills to help veterans find work, according to a report by a Washington-based research group.
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The department says the conflict-of-interest statute, passed after scandals in for-profit education, is outdated, but others call it a safeguard.
Previously unreported Pentagon data shows how much the average U.S. taxpayer has paid for combat operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Syria.
Puerto Rican veterans who survived the horrors of Korea wonder when their commander-in-chief will address their islands humanitarian crisis.
Some of Pyongyang's surface-to-air missiles are old, but its newer ones could threaten American aircraft.
The lieutenant, who wants to keep her identity private, will lead a 40-person platoon.
As tensions between North Korea and the United States continue to intensify, two experts discuss the remaining options.
One U.S. officer watched TV shows like Cops and NCIS for lesson plans, watchdog says.
When European defense ministers played a tabletop cyber defense exercise, things got hard very quickly.
President Trump is poised to compound the most grave moral failing of his predecessor by making targeted killings less safe, less legal, and less rare.