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    Vernice Ferguson was head of VA’s Nursing Service, 60,000 professionals. She was a teacher, leader, and advocate for racial parity.

  • 100 years of nursing history in 2 minutes or less

    Nurses are the backbone of VA's health system and make a profound impact on the lives of Veterans every day, just as they have for the last 100 years.

  • Borne the Battle #252: Marine Corps Veteran John Ligato, Battle of Hue City, Undercover FBI Agent

    This week’s Borne the Battle episode features Marine Corps Veteran John Ligato, who discusses Vietnam combat at Hue City to becoming a deep undercover Special Agent with the FBI.

  • Ed Bearss: A Man of History

    Corporal Ed Bearss fought during Operation Cartwheel at New Britain during WWII. He later became a well-known military historian of the Civil War.

  • Standing Ready #6: Competitive Adaptive: History of sports in VA

    The Standing Ready season one finale, “Competitive Adaptative: A History of Sports in the VA,” looks at the past, present and future of VA adaptive sports.

  • Standing Ready #4: The battlefields of bureaucracy

    An insightful discussion with Acting Undersecretary of Health Dr. Richard Stone on the 75th Anniversary of the Veterans Health Administration.

  • Search and add WWI Veterans on RollofHonor.org

    Search, add, and honor WW1 Veterans for free on Rollofhonor.org – a great place to learn about those who served in The Great War.

  • Veterans Day History and 2020 Teacher Resource Guide

    Learn more about Veterans Day history and download the Veterans Day Teacher Resource Guide.

  • Remembering Fort Gratiot’s July 1832 cholera victims

    Located in Port Huron, Michigan, Lakeside Cemetery Soldiers' Lot memorializes victims of a July 1832 Asiatic cholera outbreak.

  • 20 (more!) little known facts about VA medical centers

    Learn about the history of VA's medical centers, where 9 million Veterans from across the nation receive their health care.

  • VA committed to diverse workforce, strengthening care for Veterans

    Lt. Col. Joseph Henry Ward, M.D., Dr. John A. Kenney […]

  • 20 little known facts about VA medical centers

    VA medical centers not only provide top-notch care to 9 million Veterans, but many have long and interesting backstories.

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