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Increasing disability payments led to fewer hospitalizations for Vietnam Veterans with diabetes, found a study led by Dr. Amal Trivedi at the Providence VA Medical Center. In 2001, a VA policy change increased disability payments for Vietnam Veterans with diabetes.

source: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Everyone, veteran and nonveteran alike, is likely eager to impress the boss at their first full-time civilian job. Veterans, in fact, have a reputation for high-quality performances in any role. For those newly separated, their veterans...


The Senate voted Tuesday night to pass a long-sought bipartisan legislation to expand health care benefits for millions of veterans exposed to toxic burn pits during their military service, sending the bill to President Joe Biden to...

source: CNN Politics

The Tennessee Army National Guard hosted the Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition for the first time last week. Fourteen soldiers competed in the event. They were either the Soldier of the Year or the Non-commissioned Officer of the Year for one of the seven National...

source: The Murfreesboro Post

More than five months into Russia’s brutal and unprovoked assault the people of Ukraine inspire the world as they defend their country and their freedom. The United States continues to stand with Allies and partners...

source: US Department of State

Women from the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, Army National Guard and Air Force attended a ceremony in Lebanon, Aug. 1, to support the first group of women who graduated from the Lebanese Army Military Academy and into the field of combat arms.

source: US Navy


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