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VA Secretary Robert Wilkie: In 2020, America faced a crisis in the form of COVID-19. And it became VA’s responsibility to see our Veterans through it.
VA Secretary Robert L. Wilkie said while COVID-19 scaled down Wreaths Across America events, they still ensure people remember Veterans.
As President Lincoln said, we can bind up the nation's wounds together. We must listen to one another, genuinely care for one another and recognize that our dreams are tightly woven together.
Secretary Wilkie's 2020 Memorial Day message pays tribute to the men and women serving our great nation and who have lost their lives while in uniform.
VA is starting to execute its fourth mission of supporting the national COVID-19 response, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said March 30 during a radio interview.
This year, VA again joins more than 11,000 organizations across the country as a commemorative partner supporting the Department of Defense in this Vietnam War Commemoration.
Native American Veteran care and benefits were at the center of a Nov. 20 Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing on Capitol Hill.
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie hosted a State of the VA press conference at the White House, outlining the successes VA has made in 2019.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
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them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated September 28, 2022
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