Catherine G. Murray, the first female Marine to retire from the U.S. Marine Corps, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on Tuesday. She was 100 years old.
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services opened its newest location inside the Pentagon Tuesday. It’s the 30th office location in the state.
Volunteers placed more than 245,000 wreaths at grave sites at the Arlington National Cemetery to help out with the annual wreath laying Saturday.
The Department of Veterans Affairs this spring commissioned a small pilot study to look into the link between liver flukes ingested through raw or undercooked fish and a rare bile duct cancer.
A spokesman for the Democrats on the House Veterans Affairs Committee said the proposal would amount to a merger of the VA’s Choice and the military’s TRICARE private health care programs.
Nearly five decades after a former Virginia Tech student was shot and killed during the Vietnam War, his name has been added to the school’s War Memorial pylons.
All U.S. veterans have been granted free admission to Maryland state parks, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
Beginning next fall, veterans and current service members won’t have to pay to apply for admittance to the University of Maryland’s College Park campus.
A program that prepares service dogs for permanent placement with wounded veterans and their families has been booted from Fort Belvoir and Walter Reed without explanation, the program’s executive director says.
AARP’s lead fraud researcher, Doug Shadel, said that the con men he’s interviewed have told him the best way to scam a vet is to pretend to be one.
Ivan Raiklin, a 20-year military veteran, plans to run a total of 1,776 miles for his fellow veterans by the end of November.
After losing both legs serving in Afghanistan, retired Marine Rob Jones pushes to overcome another challenge: a month of marathons.
The Choice program was put in place after a 2014 wait-time scandal that was discovered at the Phoenix VA hospital and spread throughout the country.
Retired Adm. John Harvey Jr. is leaving his job as Virginia’s secretary of veterans and defense affairs.
Thirty years after their inception during the crack-cocaine epidemic, drug treatment courts continue to be vital as the U.S. battles the opioid crisis.