The newest episode of VA’s The American Veteran  features stories about: a disabled Navy Veteran who learned to ski at the age of 63; how one Veteran used the GI Bill and other VA’s services to turn his life around; an Army Veteran’s reflection on the Battle of Khe Sanh – a battle for which he received the Medal of Honor; and the Veterans Legacy Program, a project by VA’s National Cemetery Administration to remember and honor those buried in our national cemeteries. .

Watch episode #1102 above.

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Published on Jun. 6, 2017

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  1. leticia crawford June 10, 2017 at 10:35 am

    i have taken care of 2 100% disabled vetrans, my husband and brother korea and vietnam. it wasnt easy, they are both deceasednow, i would do it again. i am lonely without them.

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