WWII vet, 101, 'finally' walks at graduation 80 years after having to miss ceremony amid global war

Fred Taylor, 101-year-old veteran and California resident, was "finally" able to receive his diploma after missing graduation 80 years ago when he joined the Army Corp Reserve in 1943.

Debt ceiling a big concern for Pennsylvania seniors

With no decision yet, seniors who rely on programs like social security are worried about the future.

Bill Guaranteeing Cost-of-Living Increase for Veterans in 2024 Heads to President's Desk

The annual task in Congress ensures that VA compensation keeps pace with Social Security increases.

95-year-old Army veteran remembers World War II, Korean and Vietnam wars

Retired Sgt. 1st Class Herbert Getchel participated in the Berlin Airlift during World War II. He stayed in the Army for the Korean and Vietnam wars.

Claims backlog at VA will double to 400k as workers face increased risk of burnout: report

The Department of Veterans Affairs is projecting that the PACT Act could cause the backlog of claims to double over the next year, reaching as high as 400,000 claims.

Sens. Cramer, King Introduce Bill to Enhance Tech Career Opportunities for Veterans, Make Pilot Program Permanent

U.S. Senators Kevin Cramer (R-ND) and Angus King (I-ME), members of the Senate Committees on Veterans’ Affairs (SVAC) and Armed Services (SASC), introduced the VET-TEC Authorization Act to permanently continue a successful career program set to expire this month.

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