The Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of the Army have announced that they will lift restrictions on gathering sizes at national cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery next week.
Thanks to programs like Disney’s Heroes Work Here and Comcast NBCUniversal’s initiative to recruit 10,000 veterans, Guard, and Reserve members within two years, the Post 9/11 cohort of veterans have found challenging, yet rewarding careers in media and entertainment.
There is a certain charm about military slang. Sometimes efficient and sometimes offensive, every branch has invented its own language to describe people, places and things.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will reexamine compensation claims from veterans exposed to Agent Orange while serving in the waters off Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
In this Q&A with Stephanie C. Hill, Lockheed Martin’s executive vice president for Rotary and Mission Systems, we discuss how AI/ML, open systems, and edge computing enable JADO.
From the days of soldier-turned-actor Audie Murphy, one of the most decorated World War II combat soldiers of all time, to Jennifer Marshall, Post 9/11 Navy veteran-turned film and TV star, influencing public opinion and military service go hand in hand.
Thanks to new data by VA Disability law firm Hill & Ponton, we have a clearer picture of how the pandemic has affected some veterans’ mental health.
Democratic Rep. Julia Brownley on Thursday introduced the “Justice for Women Veterans Act,” which would commission a study to identify “irregularities