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Rape jokes, vindictive culture in ‘old boys club’ at Pennsylvania Air National Guard Station
"It’s just never-ending nonsense and bulls— on that base. Nonstop retaliation and making women to be Jezebels if they speak up."
Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to posing as heroic Navy SEAL to get $300,000 in veterans benefits
A 58-year-old Bucks County man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to pretending to be a Navy SEAL and wounded prisoner of war to steal $300,000 in veterans benefits, prosecutors said
How a Pennsylvania veterans nursing home failed residents during a COVID-19 outbreak
The Southeastern Veterans’ Center, a state-run nursing home in Chester County where dozens of residents have died of COVID-19, failed to protect elderly residents from the coronavirus outbreak and continued to place them in an “immediate jeopardy situation” by flouting infection control guidelines, according to state health inspectors
Inept boss, altered records, ignored warnings at Pennsylvania vets’ nursing home
“It’s horrible how that place is being managed,” said Ian Horowitz, whose 81-year-old father, Ed, died this month of complications of the coronavirus.
‘We have no idea what is going on there’ — Officials call for probe of Penn. vets’ home after 26 residents die of COVID-19
“The sheer number of deaths at the Veterans’ Center in such a short period of time warrants an immediate investigation.”
Pennsylvania man found guilty of stolen valor after stealing from American Legion post
Calling him a “clever, calculated con man,” a Lackawanna County judge today found a West Scranton man guilty of stealing more than $17,000 from the American Legion Post 568 in Minooka and lying about his status as a veteran
A Pennsylvania man masqueraded as a combat veteran to steal from an American Legion post
A man awaiting trial on charges of stealing almost $17,000 from an American Legion post in Scranton now stands accused of a different kind of theft
Pennsylvania man accused of faking record as Navy SEAL, POW to steal $300K in benefits
Meleski claimed he was beaten, shot, and tortured, and that he suffered a TBI while jumping out a window in Beirut and carrying a dead SEAL on his back.
The military is ignoring an EPA safety recommendation for cleaning firefighting chemicals out of the water
"It makes no sense for the DOD to employ a screening level that would potentially result in human health harm"
Retired Air Force brigadier general charged with possession of child pornography
A retired brigadier general living in the Mechanicsburg area was charged with 15 felony counts of possession of child pornography, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office
11 States Pull National Guard Off Border Missions To Protest Child Separations
Eleven US states have cancelled agreements to send members of the National Guard to the US-Mexico border as part of...
This Navy Veteran Is Terrorizing His Neighborhood With ‘Taps’
Nine years ago, Army widow Pauline Taylor moved to Pennsylvania to start a new life. Her husband, Army veteran Carlos...
Pennsylvania Just Made It Illegal To Lie About Military Service
A bill that would make it a misdemeanor to benefit from lying about military service or receiving decorations or medals unanimously...
He watched the Battle of Gettysburg from his house, then joined in
You may be a badass, but you’ll never be “joining the battle of Gettysburg at the age of 69” badass.