Photo courtesy of Tiffany Smiley

Tiffany Smiley’s husband Scotty lost his eyesight in Iraq to a suicide car bomb in 2005. Since then, he has been in and out of Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals all across the Spokane, Washington area, while she has been on a mission to make sure that the VA is providing the best care possible to him and to all other veterans.

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Dept. of Veterans Affairs photo by Robert Turtil.

One late night in August, Gulf War veteran Ron Brown was awake — restless — at his home in Roanoke, Va., when he received a call from a familiar number: (513) 509-8454.

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White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson

In the last hours of the 114th Congress, lawmakers settled on a veterans reform bill that includes only pieces of what the Department of Veterans Affairs and several veterans groups were hoping to accomplish by the end of the year.

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VA courtesy photo

A quick and easy blood donation can help pave the way to better healthcare for veterans — and also provide answers to complex medical questions — through a new gene study program conducted by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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