Veterans who have a legacy appeal pending with VA have an opportunity to opt in to the Appeals Modernization program’s decision review program. The new
Millions more will be soon be allowed to shop on military bases. But some veterans wonder how they’ll get access.
As defense officials get ready for 3 million more people who will be able to shop at military stores on base, some veterans are wondering whether they’ll
According to a recent Better Business Bureau study, service members are more susceptible to fraud than average consumers. In fact, scammers using the name “Exchange
Whoa! Wounded warriors have been cast as extras for the new “Bill and Ted 3” movie. The excellent news was first tweeted by CNN news
The Patriotic Service Dog Foundation provides dogs free of charge to help first responders and veterans suffering from PTSD — changing lives for those who
Over 1.5 million American troops were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan between 2001 and 2011. Many returned with visible scars of war – but for
Vietnam veteran advocates are still waiting for the VA to add four new diseases to the list of maladies presumed to have been caused by
In a national survey of women Veteran primary care patients, one in four women Veterans reported experiencing harassment from other Veterans when they visit VA health care
After four years on active duty, Amy left the Army and moved back to her hometown. However, she struggled to find her tribe. At work,
Returning to school can be stressful. If it’s the first time back in the classroom, even the most battle-tested Vet may feel nervous. Many will
In recognition of the tragedy of 9/11 and those who served in its wake, The Mission Continues has organized United in Service, a month-long volunteer
She was one of 38 surviving members of the WASPs, who freed men for combat duty by ferrying military planes to domestic embarkation points.