Tom Berger

Dr. Berger served as a Navy Corpsman with the 3rd Marine Corps Division in Vietnam during 1966-68. Following his military service and education, he’s held faculty, research and administrative appointments at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, the State University System of Florida in Tallahassee, and the University of Missouri-Columbia, as well as program administrator positions with the Illinois Easter Seal Society and United Cerebral Palsy. In June 2009, he was appointed as “Executive Director of the VVA Veterans Health Council”, whose primary mission is to improve the healthcare of America’s veterans through education and information. He's been a veterans' advocate for over 30 years.

Recent articles from Tom Berger

Vietnam veteran Robert Kent pays his respects during prayer at the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Day Eve Candlelight Ceremony in Honolulu, May 29, 2016.
Majority Of Veteran Suicides Are 50 And Older And We Don’t Know Why
These are deeply disturbing statistics, especially for the Vietnam cohort.