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More than 25,000 veterans say they've been sickened by exposure to burn pits, but the VA doesn't recognize the link
Study says vets earned too much for VA benefits; many live in states refusing ACA funding to expand Medicaid
Former soldiers aim to highlight the plight of veterans who've been deported after honorably serving the United States
A federal interdepartmental effort has resulted in a 33% drop in ex-service personnel sleeping rough since 2010
Questions about war continue to plague former US service members
The NY Times says more than 600 service members told military medical staff they were exposed to chemical agents in Iraq
The Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma honors its warriors with a ceremony more than 300 years old
A veteran of the Korean War returned only to find an enemy closer to home
Read and share your thoughts on deported veterans and the support house for them in Tijuana.
A support house in Tijuana gives former service members a place to call home
Research finds using computer simulations to carefully re-expose individuals to traumatic events reduces symptoms
America Tonight breaks down the numbers of female pilots who flew during World War II.
Personal essay: A former Navy SEAL reflects on the challenges of coming home from war and adjusting to civilian life