Borne the Battle

Launched in late 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs weekly podcast is a part of its ongoing effort to engage and reach out to Veterans. “Borne the Battle” recognizes each battle, challenge, and sacrifice our Veterans endure during and after their service, as well as spotlighting important resources, offices, and benefits VA offers our Veterans.

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    • BtB and Million Veteran Program

    This week’s Borne the Battle – a benefits breakdown – features the Million Veteran Program (MVP), which is a national, voluntary research program to learn about how genes, lifestyle and military exposures affect health and illness and improve health care for Veterans.

    • Charles Swannack BtB

    This episode of Borne the Battle features MG Charles Swannack, Speedway Motor Sports’ VP of Armed Forces Affairs, and member of Patriot Military Family Foundation.

    • Major General Graham on BtB

    This week's Borne the Battle features Army Major General (ret.) Mark Graham, whose story of personal loss will also be featured at the National Memorial Day Concert.

    • Olivia Nunn BtB

    This week's Borne the Battle features Army Veteran Olivia Nunn, a communication entrepreneur and beauty queen.

    • Ken Harbaugh on BtB

    This week's Borne the Battle episode features Navy Veteran Ken Harbaugh, a podcast host, entrepreneur and co-founder of The Mission Continues.

    • BtB 275: Office of Harrassment and Assault Prevention

    This week’s Borne the Battle–a benefits breakdown—features the Office of Harassment and Assault Prevention. The office’s goal is simple: All those who visit a VA facility should be treated with dignity and respect.

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