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U.S. Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle, R-Onondaga Hill, was honored Thursday by Disabled American Veterans for her work on veterans' issues.
Indiana congressmen demanded last week that the Department of Veterans Affairs explain why inpatient care at its Fort Wayne medical center has been suspended for the past month.
Thousands of veteran-owned businesses have been disqualified from bidding on government construction projects — costing U.S. taxpayers millions — because stringent federal checks to guard against fraud are mired in bureaucracy, multiple contractors told The Des Moines Register.
Army Sergeant Jeremy Barnhart says anyone wanting to know what it’s like to deal with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs can get a clue from the FedEx packages that land on the front porch of his San Antonio home.
America has many great qualities, each of which makes us the greatest nation in the world. Few of these qualities are as vital, however, to America’s success as the strength and determination of our war fighters. For more than 225 years, Americans have signed up, at great peril to themselves, to defend the ideals upon which this nation was founded.