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Marine Veteran Clifton Schroeder served as an executive officer in Vietnam and a senior liaison officer during the Balkans Conflict.
VA is including gender identifiers and preferred names in medical records. It's a welcome change for transgender and gender diverse Veterans.
The Biloxi VA Chief of Police participated in a run dedicated to fallen VA police officers, noting a fallen officer will never be forgotten.
After three helicopter crashes and a 150-foot fall, Marine Corps Veteran finally returns to independent life with unique trackchair.
Veteran Catherine D’Angelo received gold medal in National Veterans Creative Arts competition in festival held in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Bill Mulcrevy’s search had come to an end. Gregory Williams, the Navy Corpsman who had saved his and so many other Marines’ lives in Vietnam, died in Illinois in November 2017. He was 73.
Part 2 of the story on how VA and partners came together to help a sick Marine Corps Veteran search for the buddy who saved his life in Vietnam.
A sick Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran reached out to VA to help find Gregory Williams, a Navy Corpsman buddy who saved his life in Vietnam.
After Marine Corps Veteran Joe Gallo was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he and two others created a virtual support group for prostate cancer patients.
Marine Corps Corporal Michael Neff was interred with full military honors surrounded by his brothers and sisters-in-arms and VA employees.
Dangerous blood sugar levels, then a severe infection, then amputation. Through it all, Marine Corps Veteran is optimistic and grateful to VA.
Pittsburgh VA and Advocate Health Advisors helped the family of an elderly Veteran artist provide care and comfort in his final days.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
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Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated October 5, 2022
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