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New Brigade for Fort Carson; Most Soldiers There Since Vietnam

by Tom Roeder | May 22, 2018
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Tribune News Service) — Fort Carson will get more than 800 new troop [...] Read more

Veterans in Some Regions Suffer Homelessness, Joblessness

by Karen Jowers | May 18, 2018
The overall uptick in the national economy may be good news for most veterans, but some states [...] Read more

Army Veteran and Coma Survivor Bond Over Science

by Donna Vickroy | May 17, 2018
Around the time Dreyvon McCray was relearning how to walk and talk and live in a world in which [...] Read more

5 Top Reasons to Join Army: It’s about Money

by Jared Keller | May 17, 2018
Americans join the Army for plenty of reasons: for country, family, and honor. According to a n [...] Read more

Education Department Guts Investigation of For-Profits

by Danielle Ivory, Erica L. Green and Steve Eder, New York Times | May 15, 2018
WASHINGTON — Members of a special team at the Education Department that had been investigatin [...] Read more

Ronny Jackson Won’t Return to Physician Post

by NBC10 | May 11, 2018
Dr. Ronny Jackson, a Navy rear admiral who abandoned his nomination to be secretary of Veterans [...] Read more

Most of Transfers Princeton’s Taking Are from Military

by Michael Hotchkiss | May 10, 2018
Princeton University has offered admission to 13 transfer students for entry in fall 2018, the [...] Read more

College Gives Posthumous Degree to Black Vet Denied Admission

by Associated Press | May 08, 2018
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — The University of Southern Mississippi will award a posthumous honorary [...] Read more



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