Sunday is Women’s Equality Day. It’s a day to celebrate women’s equality in specific, connected ways. Each year, on this Congress-designated day, we commemorate the
There are about 300,000 veterans in Oregon eligible for services when they return home … There are over 2,000 women veterans in Jackson County alone.
More than 100 local female veterans were honored Thursday at an annual celebration in Medford. … In Southern Oregon, there are over 3,000.
COOS BAY — A local support group in Coos County geared toward serving the area’s female veterans has been formed.
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
Bringing it closer to home, in 2015, Oregon became one of only a handful of states to establish a permanent, full-time women veterans coordinator in …
Dr. Katherine Iverson is a clinical psychologist and researcher in the Women’s Health Division of the National Center for PTSD. (Photo by Cydney Scott) This
Monday, July 30, marks the 76th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Navy’s WAVES, the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service. During World War
(ORLANDO, Fla.) — Rear Admiral Alene Duerk, the Navy’s first female admiral, who became a trailblazer as the Navy opened up more opportunities for women,
The Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to providing the best experiences in its delivery of care, benefits, and memorial services to Veterans, Servicemembers, their
COOS BAY — The inaugural meeting of the Women Veterans Group will be taking place at 3 p.m. Monday, July 23, at the Coos Bay
Celebrating 70 years of equal service and pay on the anniversary of the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act
Seventy years ago, in 1948, women Veterans were given a landmark step up with the passing of the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act – for