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New legislation would expand VA healthcare for service members exposed to burn pits, toxic substances
On Wednesday morning, the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs unanimously passed legislation to reform how the Department of Veterans Affairs provides care to service members who face toxic exposure.
US employers see vets as lacking emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills, according to a major study
New research from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business published in the journal Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Process indicates that although veteran job candidates are widely seen as possessing...
To meet the needs of disabled vets, Congress needs to expand the Specially Adapted Housing Program
Why Congress owes it to severely wounded combat veterans to pass the Specially Adapted Housing Act.
Wounded Warrior Project Was Once One Of The Fastest-Growing Charities Ever. Not Anymore
In its 15-year history, Wounded Warrior Project has the distinction of being one of the fastest-growing charities in history and … Continued
Senator Releases Report On Wounded Warrior Project Spending. Here’s What He Found
A senator’s investigation into the Wounded Warrior Project after allegations of lavish spending last year has concluded that there were … Continued
Our Way Of Life Endures Because Of You, President Tells Wounded Vets
“You've risked all that you have, all that you possess, to keep our people safe and our democracy secure,” President … Continued
Wounded Warrior Project’s New Leadership Makes Some Drastic Changes To Staff
Wounded Warrior Project has begun to cut the size of its 600-person workforce as it hits the reset button after … Continued
Wounded Warrior Project Fires Top Executives Following Damning Media Reports
According to CBS News, the board of directors for the Wounded Warrior Project has voted to fire its chief executive … Continued
Are We Ready For The Decline Of Veteran And Military Nonprofits?
When you work in the veterans community, you get used to uncertainty. You don't know how many veterans commit suicide … Continued