• iEX Talk Series: Engaging the VSO and Veteran non-profit community in improving VA care through the Resource Acquisition Clinic

    This week dive into the iEX Talk on how engaging the VSO and Non-Profit Community through a Resource Acquisition Clinic can improve VA Care.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Jake

    Jake served in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. After separating from service he was injured and partially paralyzed. He came to VA for help, and received much more than he expected.

  • Felix Garcia: Honor the Purple Hearts

    Felix Garcia joined the Marine Corps and deployed as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Shrapnel wounds from an attack in November 2005 led to his medical discharge. After service, Garcia became active in the Military Order of the Purple Heart and the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes.

  • VA Fisher Houses open doors to healthcare workers in COVID-19 push

    Fifteen of the 44 Fisher Houses that serve the Veterans Affairs healthcare systems have pivoted to support the frontline healthcare professionals that are risking their own well-being to save others.

  • #BorneTheBattle 110: David Zurfluh – Air Force Veteran, National President of Paralyzed Veterans of America

    David Zurfluh talks about his time in the Air Force, his accident and injury, the evolution of accommodations, and how his organization serves Veterans.

  • North Idaho Veterans service organization provides silent support behind the scenes

    "They want to help people one way or another. As I like to tell people, you don't have to carry this load all by yourself."

  • #BorneTheBattle 73: Jared Lyon – Navy Veteran, SVA President

    Jared shares metrics showing Veterans' success in higher education and ways people can support their local student Veterans.

  • HillVets accepting nominations for its annual ‘HillVets 100’ honoring Veterans

    Each year HillVets recognizes 100 members of the Veteran community as the HillVets 100.

  • University of Central Oklahoma connects Veterans with resources

    More than 15 organizations were on site to engage with students, veterans, active duty service members, and others who came in search of information on how to engage in the civilian world.

  • #BorneTheBattle 48: Kevin Quarles – Navy Veteran, Operation Stand Down Tennessee

    We sat down with Kevin Quarles, a Navy Veteran and staff member at Operation Stand Down, to learn about his service, the value that OSDTN brings to its community, and his personal efforts with the organization.

  • The Jersey Boys: 3 Vietnam Veterans on a mission to ensure the fallen are always remembered

    There is a trio of Veterans who have distinguished themselves twice over through their service as volunteers to not only the New Jersey Memorial but also for The Wall in Washington, D.C.

  • VA secretary, VSOs: Changing the VA culture together

    The secretary used the opportunity to discuss his five priorities for the department and highlight some of the progress made under his watch – while stressing to the Veterans service organizations his commitment to transparency.

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