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Some of the best photos from across the military. [Read More]
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The Pentagon is already on the hook for $27 billion in environmental cleanup, loosening the PFAS standards cost give it some relief - but at... [Read More]
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The idea of a U.S. push for "regime change" in the oil-rich South American country may be gaining momentum in the White House. [Read More]
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But some say government should at least maintain oversight, to avoid problems seen with privatized housing. [Read More]
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The film's true brilliance lies in its situational hysteria, an unpredictability that serves as a microcosm of a war with no end. [Read More]
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"We need a platform that balances investing in our weaponry with investing in our citizenry, investing in our economy." [Read More]
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A proposed bill aims to create a program for pre-med students to get clinical observation hours and other training at VA hospitals before medical school. [Read More]
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Rents should be withheld until problems with homes are fixed, lawmakers say. [Read More]
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VA loans offer generous terms to veterans that civilians can't get. [Read More]
Veterans in the greater Los Angeles area have an opportunity to take advantage of a free program where veterans can receive help with their taxes... [Read More]
The acting defense secretary said a little more than 5 percent of troops are now classified as non-deployable. [Read More]
Advocates say they are disappointed the four-year review of VA mental health efforts appears to ignore little progress in stopping veterans suicide. [Read More]
A Russian company has retooled a weapon to not only fire the larger 12.7×108mm anti-material round, but also do it at whisper-quiet noise levels. [Read More]
Absentee ballots should be sent to military and overseas voters by Sept. 22. [Read More]
Pledge drives are held at various times between now and Jan. 11. [Read More]
Thomas continuously maneuvered during the fight under a barrage of small arms, rocket-propelled grenades and mortar fire to engage the enemy and clear a path... [Read More]
In fiscal 2019, total VA spending will exceed $200 billion for the first time. [Read More]
Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of Sept. 24. [Read More]
Navy ships are the most dangerous, according to new Pentagon study ranking installations on risk of assault. [Read More]
On this episode of Rebootcamp Roundup: Trump expands program for vets in legal trouble, a look at why veterans make good employees, and tips for... [Read More]
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