• Coping when current events bring up past trauma

    When armed conflict arises, Veterans can experience a range of emotions. VA can help Veterans manage their responses to events in Ukraine.

  • Office of Community Care employees serve on the COVID front lines

    Three VA team members deployed for the COVID-19 response. “Solidified for me why I’m here at the VA.” “I feel we made a difference.” “A whole different level of respect for the work we do for VA.”

  • New research plan tackles deployment-linked digestive woes

    VA Research is planning a series of studies to gain insight into the gastrointestinal and liver problems that beset many Veterans after deployments. The goal is to bring new treatments to bear as soon as possible.

  • Salvatore Giunta: Selfless brotherhood

    Army Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta is the first living person since the Vietnam War to receive the Medal of Honor for saving the lives of members of his squad during an ambush by the Taliban in Afghanistan.

  • From Afghanistan to Athlete – Kirstie Ennis conquers adversity and extreme sports

    After a traumatic accident during Sgt. Kirstie Ennis’ deployment to Afghanistan left her with a prosthetic leg, she set out to inspire the world through her endeavors.

  • Finding Peace on the Other Side of the World

    A Veteran shares advice based on his experiences after deployment and integration back to civilian life.

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