Military, veterans can stream Paris Olympics coverage for free

Those in all service branches can stream NBCUniversal's coverage through a partnership with AAFES.

VA projects $15B shortfall driven by costs for veterans benefits, prescription drugs and a bigger workforce

The Department of Veterans Affairs is anticipating a $3 billion budget shortfall through fiscal 2024 from an increase in veterans benefits, and a $12 billion spending gap in 2025 driven by higher costs for prescription drugs and the hiring of more workers.

JD Vance's Marine Corps Service Would Set Him Apart from Most Vice Presidents

Vance, 39, is the first post-9/11 veteran to find a spot on a major party ticket and, if elected, would likely be the first Marine veteran to serve as the second-in-command.

Teenager chronicling veterans’ stories attends Normandy commemorations

In ninth grade, Luke Basso began documenting the stories of veterans. Basso skipped his high school graduation this year to go to Normandy for the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

Afghanistan War Commission wants veteran stories and questions

A congressionally-appointed group is seeking insight from those who served in Afghanistan.

DOD, VA urged to improve mental health support for troops leaving military

Service members facing the stress of separating from the military need more help from the Pentagon and the Department of Veterans Affairs to access mental health care, a federal watchdog agency says in a new report.

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