On the eve of Veterans' Day, the Senate passed a bill with language to grant "honorary" veteran status to as many as 200,000 Reserve and National Guard retirees those not deemed veterans now becau
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Rep. Joe Heck (R-Nev.) is a brigadier general in the Army Reserve, a soldier-physician thrice deployed and also a discerning commissary shopper.
The budget agreement reached by the president and Congress last Friday gives the Pentagon all but $5 billion of the president's $612 billion 2016 budget request.
The Pentagon's last two budget plans to "reform" the commissary benefit for military families and retirees were driven by a goal to save money, without due regard for preserving the benefit, accord
The year was 1964. Speaking at Akron University on Oct.
An op-ed in Wednesday's New York Times asks, "Are We Losing Afghanistan Again?" The article was written in response to the president's announcement last week that the U.S.
Two weeks ago, the House and Senate veterans affairs committees quietly allowed a provision of the Agent Orange Act of 1991 to expire.
VA Secretary Bob McDonald told the House Veterans Affairs Committee Wednesday that a $68 million, 4,000-page study of VA health care it ordered last year and accepted last month uncovers the same w
In an article entitled "The Unending War" reacting to last Saturday's air strike on a "Doctors Without Borders" hospital in Afghanistan's embattled Kunduz city, London's Economist lament
Military members and families have little to cheer from compromises House and Senate conferees have reached as they finalized details of key personnel provisions in the fiscal 2016 defense authoriz