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Vet Briefs June 12

Remains of World War II soldier returning home to Tennessee GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) _ The recently identified remains of a soldier killed in Europe during...

Arlington National Cemetery announces enhanced visitor security measures

DOD photographArlington National Cemetery is implementing new visitor security measures that officials said will enhance current efforts and improve safety while minimizing inconvenience....

VA unveils claims submission option that promises to complete claims within...

On Sept. 7, as part of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ continued efforts to improve timeliness of services for Veterans and their families, VA...

Vet Briefs February 21

Remains of sailor killed at Pearl Harbor on way to Illinois A veterans official says the remains of a sailor killed during the 1941 Japanese...

Talking spiritual about moral injury

Courtesy photographChaplain John Schultz. “Hi. I’m Chaplain John. Would you like to talk?” Most patients say “Sure,” says Chaplain-Resident Schultz describing the practice to...

After years of grandson’s research, WWI vet honored for valor in...

Army photographMark Goodman, right, grandson of World War I veteran Pfc John Goodman, accepts a Silver Star and purple heart awarded by Maj....

President signs bill to extend Veterans Choice health care law

President Donald J. Trump signed the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act on April 18, ensuring military veterans can continue receiving health care...

V-J Day – end of the war in the Pacific

The Allied celebrations on Victory in Europe Day, on May 8, 1945, were subdued by the knowledge that war raged on in the Pacific. As...

VA national cemeteries to commemorate Memorial Day

Cemeteries will will be open for public visitation The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs’ National Cemetery Administration announced will commemorate Memorial Day this year with...