Pandemic. COVID-19. Social distance. These are all terms we wish we didn’t know. And, as you’ve heard, geriatric adults are at increased risk for coronavirus.
Internet Essentials customers receive a high-speed internet service for $9.95 per month + tax. In response to the current COVID-19 health crisis, all new Internet
The VA Appeals Modernization Decision Review Quick Start Guide (QSG) provides clear and concise information for the next steps a Veteran can take when they disagree with the
From banking information and email passwords to photos of memorable holidays and life events, our electronic devices store (and in some cases share) many pieces
The Federal Trade Commission launched a new tool that explores data about problems military consumers may experience in the marketplace. For the first time, data
A U.S. Naval officer made history last week as the military branch’s first known Black female tactical jet pilot. Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle made a
The unidentified woman received her Special Forces tab and donned her green beret at a socially-distant graduation ceremony at Fort Bragg.
A new program offsets costs associated with remote education for military kids. Army Emergency Relief announced the financial assistance program earlier this year after evaluating
MEDFORD, Ore. — A local nonprofit has started work on a new housing development for veterans. ColumbiaCare broke ground on a 16-unit complex on Stewart
More than 100 VA health facilities across the U.S. have started to offer in-person care again for many non-urgent needs and appointments. At the same
Reducing national suicide, including for Veterans, is the goal of a new REACH campaign, unveiled July 7 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
One of VA’s oldest benefits – Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (VR&E) – is now the Veteran Readiness and Employment Service. The service office will remain