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Budget Calls for Cuts to VA Programs as Tradeoff for Extending Choice
Stars and Stripes
by Nikki Wentling
Trump's budget proposes cutting stipends to some disabled, unemployed vets and reducing veterans' cost-of-living adjustments.
Pentagon Seeks Tricare Fee Increases for Military Retirees
by Amy Bushatz
Retirees and troops who later enter the military retirement system would face higher Tricare fees under the DoD's budget proposal.
Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Faces Sexual Misconduct Charges
by Oriana Pawlyk
The Air Force has added two sexual misconduct charges against a noted former chief master sergeant facing an Article 32 hearing.
Trump Budget Calls for 2.1% Military Pay Raise in 2018
by Richard Sisk
President Donald Trump's first budget proposal included a 2.1 percent pay increase for military troops in fiscal 2018.
Next-Gen Fighter, Nuclear Cruise Missile Eyed for Funding Boost
The Air Force wants to boost funding for next-gen technologies such as a sixth-generation fighter and a nuclear cruise missile.
If you are veteran who exposed to Agent Orange you are eligible for free comprehensive medical examinations from the VA
Panel to Study Agent Orange Residue Exposure
by Chad Garland
Scientists will try to determine whether veterans could have been exposed to the toxins in Agent Orange at a level that would b...
Researchers Link Agent Orange to Prostate Cancer
U.S. researchers say they found a link between the herbicide Agent Orange used heavily during the Vietnam War and aggressive pr...
Bill Calls for DoD to Publish Toxic Exposure Evidence
Stars and Stripes
by Travis J. Tritten
A new bill would require documents declassified on troops exposed to toxic substances and shed light on how it affects children.
CDC: Herbicides Didn't Harm Maine Soldiers
Portland Press Herald, Maine
by Kevin Miller
Federal health officials say Agent Orange and other herbicides that were sprayed at a Canadian military base posed no health ri...