A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is introducing a bill to stop companies from charging veterans for help with disability benefits.
The risk of the conflict in Ukraine expanding further into Eastern Europe escalated on Nov. 15, 2022, with reports of Russian-made missile strike straying into neighboring Poland.
There is a deep history to veterans' peace advocacy.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is streamlining its efforts to help veteran-owned small businesses access federal grant dollars ahead of Veterans Day next week.
Members of Kit Carson VFW Post and Auxiliary 3411 retired approximately 75 American and POW flags at their October 11, 2022 meeting.
Taps were played as the members saluted the flags that were retired.
Those who attended the ceremony were Rich Glover, Amanda Plitz, Mike Jenkins, Rod and Judy Houser, Areta Laird, Rayetta and Bart Addy, Betsy Evans
This winter, military veterans will have an opportunity to translate hard-won skills on the battlefield into Nebraska's fields and pastures through "Putting the Pieces Together," a U.S. Department of Agriculture-backed program.
Tactical nuclear weapons have burst onto the international stage as Russian President Vladimir Putin, facing battlefield losses in eastern Ukraine, has threatened that Russia will "make use of all weapon systems available to us" if Russia's territorial integrity is threatened.
The U.S. Department of Defense is taking new measures to help U.S. service members deal with rising costs as inflation continues to put the pressure on Americans.
September 13, Quilts of Valor were presented to Kit Carson VFW Post 3411 members Rod Houser and Ronald White at their regular post meeting.
In 2003, while her son was deployed to Iraq, a quilter named Catherine Roberts started the movement that became known as Quilts of Valor. Since that time over 300,000 Quilts of Valor have been awarded. Their mission is to cover service members and veterans touched by war with comforting and healing Quilts of Valor.
A federal judge has granted class action status for U.S. Marines in their fight against Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.