Think Your VA Rating Is Wrong? Here’s What You Can Do
If you believe that the VA rated your disability incorrectly, there is a way to refute it.
Don’t Ditch The VA Now That It’s Finally Improving
The VA outperforms the private sector in many areas, according to a Harvard Business School case study.
The One Problem That Will Make Or Break Trump’s Pick For VA Secretary
The problems in the VA don’t stem from the top, but from middle management, which is entrenched in bureaucracy and plausible deniability.
New Law Allows Injured Vets To Get Refund On Taxes They Were Never Meant To Pay
Taxes have been mistakenly withheld as far back as the First Gulf War.
McCain Has To Stand With Veterans, Not For-Profit Colleges
DoD and the VA can’t do much while powerful senators protect the bad actors.
This Is What Happens When Troops Are Kicked Out Of The Military Because Of PTSD
The short, five-episode series "Charlie Foxtrot" makes a compelling case that leaders often take the easy way out when it comes to troops’ mental illness.
The Pentagon Is Now Deploying Reservists Without Granting GI Bill Benefits
By law, reservists involuntarily mobilized under a new and obscure deployment code do not receive credit for the GI Bill while they are activated.
A Board Of Directors For The VA Will Only Make Things Worse
The Commission on Care had some good ideas. This wasn’t one of them.
How The VA Is Partnering With The Private Sector To Solve Its Biggest Problems
The VA held an innovation demonstration in Washington, D.C., showcasing 33 new projects being field-tested across the country.