IG report: Veteran caregivers face long waits for VA assistance
Last year, lawmakers demanded the VA inspector general investigate the Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers program following news reports of the VA dropping veterans from the program with little notice.
98-Year-Old WWII Veteran Maintains His Independence
Even at 98, Charles Everett has no plans to slow down. The Air Force Veteran and father of two still lives alone and continues to do everything he can on his own, including administering his own dialysis...
GI Film Festival sends a message
Fed up with the way the military was being portrayed in Hollywood, Brandon Millett and Laura Law-Millett did something about it.
Unclaimed heroes get funeral at veteran cemetery
For various reasons, the remains of these Nevada heroes have been sitting on a mortuary shelf, unclaimed, sometimes for decades.
Legion, VA team up to share connected care info
Chat provided info on VA programs such as My HealtheVet, VA Telehealth video appointments using VA Video Connect, and mobile apps for veterans.
Dalton High students become first to try new law enforcement camp launched in Georgia
A new program to get high school kids interested in law enforcement jobs was introduced in Georgia this week, and Dalton High School students are the first in the entire state to test it out.The American Legion partners with local police departments in 21