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Tuition Assistance Standards Toughen Tuition-assistance standards just got tougher. Continue ›
Pentagon Assists Fight Against Ebola Outbreak The Defense Department has formed a task force to determine how the U.S. armed forces can mitigate the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Continue ›
Disability Spending Rose as Population Dropped While the total veterans' population declined, the number of veterans receiving disability compensation rose to 3.5 million from 2.5 million between 2000 and 2013 – a 55-percent increase. Continue ›
VA Reform Bill Becomes Law Veterans would receive better education and survivor benefits, and care for sexual trauma and traumatic brain injury, under a measure President Obama signed into law Aug. 7. Continue ›
Probe Into General's Death Launched The Defense Department will conduct an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Army Maj. Continue ›
Bergdahl Questioning Complete Army investigators finished their interrogation of Sgt. Continue ›
Aircraft Bomb ISIL Targets Two Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet aircraft from the carrier George H.W. Bush dropped 500-pound laser-guided bombs on a mobile artillery unit in Iraq Aug. Continue ›
Soldiers To Get New Cammies Beginning next summer, soldiers will start retiring their current Army Combat Uniforms donning new ones, with an updated camouflage pattern. Continue ›
Company Slammed for Defrauding Troops, Families More than 17,000 service members and their families will receive a total of $92 million, as part of terms of a settlement between the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the company that defrauded them. Continue ›
VA Sexual-Assault Policy Faces Court Challenge Two veterans' service organizations filed a lawsuit against the Department of Veterans Affairs, claiming the agency has failed to act adequately to claims of sexual assault and harassment. Continue ›
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