A number of civic organizations came together Saturday to provide food for veterans in need in Nashville.
With new stolen valor law, Pennsylvania is the latest state to target military fakers
Wearing unearned medals or impersonating a service member (or veteran) could land Keystone State residents in jail.
Patricia "Pat" Collins
I had been evacuated from England with my mother and my brother, who was two and a half. I was under 16 when I came [to Canada]. And life didn’t work out very well for people who were coming from England because they were only allowed to bring out $40 and my mother found this, she just couldn’t deal with it. And so she was going back, but we fortunately had a friend in Winnipeg [Manitoba] who arranged for my brother to go and live with Mitchell Sharp, who eventually became the Finance Minister; and I was given a home with a very nice couple, an elderly couple in Winnipeg My brother was in Ottawa [Ontario] and I was alone, and I felt I wanted independence. One day, passing the recruiting centre with…
Veteran brings energy — and nearly 100 new members — to Eagan American Legion
John Flynn's calls paid off, with about nine out of 10 veterans he contacted joining, in just one sign of Post 594's renaissance.
Sec. Shulkin speaks on key VA priorities
On Wednesday, May 31 at 11:30 a.m. EDT, VA secretary Dr. David Shulkin will meet with reporters at the White House to discuss the state of VA and his top priorities for the department.