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The White House released a detailed breakdown of the sequestration cuts to defense and non-defense budgets Friday, giving the clearest picture to date of where the ax will fall if lawmakers fail to prevent the automatic spending cuts with new legislation.
The House voted Tuesday to prevent schools that accept GI Bill benefits from paying bounties for recruiting students.
There’s frustration in the voice of Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee chairman, as he describes what he sees as the glacial pace of change in veterans programs, and the disconnect he sees between Veterans Affairs Department workers and the problems facing the nation.
The Pentagon has announced a new program to better oversee human cadaver tissue used in Defense Department hospitals around the world and is investigating allegations that some tissue-based medical implants provided to service members may have been obtained improperly, military officials said Wednesday.
Army Specialist Daniel Hutchinson once sliced a man’s throat to keep him breathing. He knows how to slip a needle between a patient’s ribs to re-inflate a lung. He fastened tourniquets on dozens of shredded limbs during 12 months in Iraq.