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VETERANS’ CORNER: Soldiers, families warned about latest Internet scam
The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command is warning about a new website scam in which criminals are attempting to take advantage of soldiers and their families.
VETERANS’ CORNER: VA introducing new ID cards
The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced the phased roll out of newly designed, more secure Veteran Health Identification Cards. The new cards are distinguished by additional security features and will have a different look and feel.
VETERANS’ CORNER: Military branches addressing misconduct, ethics and training
The number of U.S. soldiers forced out of the Army because of crimes or misconduct has soared in the past several years as the military emerges from a decade of war that put a greater focus on battle competence than on character.
VETERANS’ CORNER: Camp offers children of disabled vets week of fun
The constant relocation in dealing with multiple deployments can be a hectic life for children of military families.
VETERANS’ CORNER: Agencies announce launch of online complaint system
Departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense, Education and Justice, along with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Federal Trade Commission, recently announced the launch of a new online complaint system.
VETERANS’ CORNER: VA acquires Colorado land for new cemetery
Land has been purchased by the Department of Veterans Affairs in Colorado for a new national cemetery.
VETERANS’ CORNER: TET reunion coming to Abilene next Saturday
The 27th Annual “TET” reunion, honoring all veterans, is coming to Abilene on Saturday, Feb. 1.
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VETERANS’ CORNER: Groups fight efforts to reduce retirees’ benefits
A combination of lawmakers and veterans groups are stepping up efforts to fight cuts to benefits for military retirees under the bipartisan budget agreement passed by Congress before the holiday break.
VETERANS' CORNER: New VA regs designed to help vets with TBI
New regulations developed recently by the Department of Veterans Affairs will allow veterans with severe traumatic brain injury and diagnosed with any of five other ailments an easier path to receive additional disability.
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