• Center for Women Veterans Book Corner: Army Veteran Tamara D. Files

    This month’s Women Veteran Authors Book Corner author is U.S. Army Veteran Tamara D. Files, who served from 1989-to 1993.

  • Helping Veterans overcome misconceptions about VA health care: Part 2

    Because of misconceptions, many eligible Veterans don’t get their health care through VA. This blog helps Veterans understand VA health care.

  • Helping Veterans dispel myths about VA health care: Part 1

    Many eligible Veterans don’t get their health care through VA. This two-part blog dispels myths and helps Veterans understand the VA health care they deserve.

  • Center for Women Vets Book Corner Q&A: Ina Johnson Myers

    This month’s Center for Women Veterans featured author is retired combat Army Veteran Ina Johnson Myers, an entrepreneur, radio host, speaker and certified life coach. Myers is the author of "Girl, Don’t Play!!!Pray!!!! The Professional Women’s Guide to Identifying His Brokenness."

  • VA woman Veteran author: Navy Veteran Lisa Washington

    Author and Navy Veteran Lisa Washington is a Christian fiction author, who has written three books, including her newest, "Kaleigh."

  • VA woman Veteran author: Navy Veteran Dianna Good Sky

    Author and Navy Veteran Dianna Good Sky wrote "Warrior Spirit Rising, a Native American Spiritual Journey" about love, faith, and forgiveness.

  • Supporting minority Veterans: Interview with Center for Minority Veterans Director James Albino

    Center for Minority Veterans Director James Albino discusses how VA is striving to ensure that all Veterans receive equal service.

  • ICYMI: AMVETS and VA Facebook Live on the Million Veteran Program and future of medicine

    On May 12, VA and American Veterans (AMVETS) hosted a Facebook Live to talk about VA genetic research and why your help and involvement is key to making a difference in the future of medicine.

  • VA woman Veteran author: Air Force Veteran Irene Trowell-Harris

    Air Force Veteran Irene Trowell-Harris is a woman Veteran author who wrote “Bridges: A Life Building and Crossing Them" about her life.

  • #BorneTheBattle 52: VA’s Center for Minority Veterans panel discussion

    This week's podcast features a panel discussion with four women Veterans.

  • VA raising awareness of equitable health care during National Minority Health Month

    During April's National Minority Health Month, VA's Center for Minority Veterans and Office of Health Equity are raising awareness of the various factors that impact on the ability of minority Veterans and their families to reach the highest level of health and wellbeing.

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