• For VA recruiter, “best care anywhere” has whole new meaning

    After being an inpatient at a VA COVID unit, VA recruiter Dave Aragon shares his "best care anywhere" perspective on VA health care.

  • A civics lesson in socks

    Middle school student Dylan Barbour had an assignment to “Be the Change.” His dad worked at the VA hospital so he had an idea. Several weeks later he came to the hospital with 400 pairs of socks.

  • VA kinesiotherapy – exercise and interventions

    After battling the COVID-19 virus, a 74-year-old Veteran received specialized rehabilitation from a VA Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Services Kinesiotherapy Team. He went home in early August.

  • Celebrating the grand opening of the New Orleans VA hospital

    On Friday, November 18th officials celebrated the grand opening of […]

  • Collaboration is Key: Celebrating Research Week

    In honor of VA's Research Week, thanks is given to the Veterans who have volunteered in research studies and the partnership with the Department of Defense.

  • Thriving Beyond the Wounds of War

    Iraq War Veteran, Alan participated in the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, but he wasn’t just skiing, he was thriving.

  • My VA Care

    A Veteran shares her experiences and struggles with VA Care for obstetric care, and the need for a streamlined process to aid reintegrating female Veterans.

  • Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals

    A DAV Life Member shares their views on the differences between and treatment of Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals.

  • VA’s First Media Roundtable: Breaking the Backlog

    VA's new monthly media roundtable, part of the effort to become more transparent, focuses on the disability claims backlog.

  • This Year’s New York City Veterans Day Parade

    Willie Rosenberg, Vietnam Veteran, recounts his experience at the Veterans Day Parade in New York City as a member of a PTSD Unit.

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