• #VeteranOfTheDay Navy Veteran Donald Faith

    To celebrate Volunteer Week, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Navy Veteran Donald “Don” Faith, who served as an aviation electrician during the Vietnam War.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Marine Corps Veteran Tim Sullivan

    To celebrate National Volunteer Week, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Marine Corps Veteran Tim Sullivan. Sullivan served as an aircraft munitions specialist during the Cold War.

  • #OperationSong Darius Carter

    Army Gulf War Veteran Darius Carter shares the story behind his #OperationSong effort, a song called “Thankful.”

  • Why David got his health care at VA, as told by surviving daughter, Brianne

    VA supplied 24-hour care to Brianne's father for the last five months of his life. She will never forget the respectful treatment he received.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Pete

    VA helped Pete battle alcoholism, live better, and overcome chronic pain. And Pete found a sense of belonging with VA.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Air Force Veteran Tom

    When doctors in the private sector couldn't diagnose Tom, VA stepped in and figured out what was wrong. VA has cared for him ever since.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Adam

    A chemical exposure damaged Adam’s health and changed his life. Adam credits his entire VA team for pulling him out of a deep dark hole.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Air Force Veteran Tom

    When Tom was struck down by Guillain-Barre, he came to VA for care. He was very impressed by his experience, and credits VA with saving his life and bringing him back from almost complete paralysis.

  • 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.

  • Irwin Stovroff: Champion for POWs

    Irwin Stovroff served during World War II in the Army Air Forces and flew bombing missions in Europe. During his final mission, he was shot down in France and became a prisoner of war (POW). After thirteen months imprisoned in Stalag Luft I in northern Germany, Stovroff was released in April 1945 and returned to the United States. Following his retirement from a sales career in the 1990s, Stovroff began volunteering at his local VA Medical Center and helped form an organization dedicated to raising money to find service dogs for Veterans.

  • 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.

  • Escaping the PTSD Barrel: Daniel Dunn

    Marine Corps Veteran Daniel Dunn used music and art therapy to subdue his anger and pain at the National Veterans Creative Arts Competition & Festival.

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