The event is sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars District 11.
Why privatizing the VA is a bad idea
The Veteran’s Health Administration must fix major problems, but its integrated care system should be a model to learn from.
Top 5 Tips for Reducing Skin Cancer Risk
–take advantage of free skin cancer screenings –put sunscreen on even on cloudy days. Clouds block only some of the sun’s UV rays –use professionally installed window film to make sure your windows are covered properly and so you get the best skin protection possible – blocking 99% of harmful UV rays. Here’s a link where you can find an installer near you. –use the right amount of sunscreen! Most adults need one ounce of sunscreen, an amount that is roughly the size of your palm. Reapply it regularly when you’re outdoors. –examine your skin regularly for changes in existing moles, freckles, bumps and birthmarks and new skin growths or changes. “Limiting sun exposure is the…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
VFW adopts soldiers
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7103 in Athens is adopting a company of soldiers about to be deployed to Southwest Asia.
Budget extension will hurt training and readiness, Mattis warns
Operating under a continuing resolution for three months will impact dozens of personnel and construction projects vital to keeping the military operational, the defense secretary has warned top congressional leaders.
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GI Film Festival celebrates 10 years
Nation’s only military film festival announces lineup for 2016.
How World War I Changed America, 100 Years On
Prior to 1917, America kept foreign wars at arm's length. Then came the Great War.
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.