Veterans - Diverse Military

Stockton’s Military, Vets Service Welcomes New Students

| January 16, 2018
Rodrigo Pimentel, 29, of Egg Harbor Township, may be an Army veteran, but he’s a brand new st [...] Read more

USDA Launches Program to Turn Vets into Farmers

by Emily Cyr | January 16, 2018
The U.S. government wants to help military veterans become farmers. The U.S. Department of Agri [...] Read more

Forever GI Bill Expands Options

by David Louis | January 12, 2018
When President Donald Trump signed into law the “Forever GI Bill” last year it opened up se [...] Read more

Thomas Ellis: Tuskegee Airman Dead at 97

by Sig Christenson | January 11, 2018
SAN ANTONIO (Tribune News Service) — Former Sgt. Maj. Thomas Ellis, one of six surviving Tusk [...] Read more

N.H. House Passes Bill to Create Department for Military and Veterans Affairs

by Peter Biello | January 11, 2018
The New Hampshire House has passed a bill that would create a state Department of Veterans and [...] Read more

“Call of Duty” Star Hosts Student Veterans Award Show

by Natalie Gross | January 09, 2018
SAN ANTONIO — Actress Jamie Gray Hyder may be known for her work in front of the camera. But [...] Read more

Ex-Infantryman Finds His Calling as Teacher

by by Jon Pompia, Associated Press | January 09, 2018
PUEBLO, Colo. – It was during his days as a tenaciously effective Army drill sergeant tha [...] Read more
Veterans Find Release Through Writers Workshop

Veterans Find Release Through Writers Workshop

by Ethan Forman, Associated Press | January 05, 2018
SALEM, Mass. — Vietnam veteran Marc Levy of Salem stood up before dozens in Abbot Hall in Mar [...] Read more