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“If I can do something to help Veterans, I’m happy to do it.” Veteran Tom Mano sees the Million Veteran Program as an opportunity to give back.
Vietnam Veteran Airman Robert Irvin used a VA benefit to become a truck driver. A crash flipped his truck over and VA helped him again.
Navy and Vietnam Veteran David Bartlett reached out to the Dream Foundation to join the Kansas Honor Flight to visit memorials in Washington.
“Ms. Duong is the first Vietnamese person I have talked to since Vietnam in 1970. I could tell immediately that she sincerely cared about me.”
Veterans and those who care about them are encouraged to learn about healing from Veterans who know because they’ve been there.
This week’s America250 salute is Army Veteran Robert M. Patterson, who single-handedly defended his squad near La Chu in Vietnam.
Houston VA has identified 12 Veterans with non-small cell lung cancers. Thanks to early detection, all are getting treatment and doing well.
His mechanic job in Vietnam took its toll on his back. He used morphine until VA suggested acupuncture. Today, he feels like a new man.
Robert Luebbert never mentioned he was a Vietnam Veteran until his treatment at Harry Truman VA re-instilled a sense of pride in his service.
March 29 is Vietnam Veteran Day. Here is one Vietnam Veteran determined to remind America how caring for our heroes should look.
Vietnam Veteran Fred Bourjaily shares his war time experience and how today he helps the Veteran community through Veterans' Treatment Court
During Women’s History Month, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Virginia Lee Dornheggen, who served as a nurse during the Vietnam War.
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Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated November 29, 2022
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