As Oregon celebrates the 74th anniversary of the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act, signed by President Harry S. Truman on June 12, 1948, we pay
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Collection of post highlights of Oregon women veterans for Women’s Military History Week 2021.
VA Supports Women Veteran Entrepreneurs in How to Obtain Government Contracts – Paving a Way for Their Future in Federal Marketplace. Hits: 12
Women’s History Month: VA celebrates women on the front lines… active duty, Veteran, or VA employee, VA is proud to honor them. Hits: 11
Connect with fellow women Veterans, learn about available Veteran and women-centered health care resources
If you’re looking for women-centered health care, sign up for the VA Women’s Health Reengagement Training (heaRT) so VA can support your health care needs.
Are you one of the fewer than half of all women Veterans not using the VA benefits and services you have earned? VA wants to
On Jan. 5, 2021, the Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 (Isakson-Roe Act) was signed into
It was a milestone moment for the famed memorial in Arlington National Cemetery, which pays tribute to the unidentified service members who died in war.
Rachael Watters has made it her mission in life to help local veterans. As the new commander of Medford VFW Post 1833, she is the
The Million Veteran Program is working to recruit more women participants to expand its research database. (Photo courtesy of VA) Hits: 16
ASHLAND, Ore. – An SOU Alumni is becoming the first woman in Oregon history to become an ROTC-trained infantry officer. Her graduation was Tuesday morning
Women Veterans have access to gender-specific resources from VA, including helping them achieve housing stability and security, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. The Center for