Vet's VA Clinic Room Filled with Trash, Dirty Medical Tools
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Army Quietly Deactivates its Small-Team Reconnaissance Units
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The Defense Department is close to releasing its updated policy for arming troops at stateside facilities following attacks.
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Veterans Add Voices to the Gun Control Debate after Orlando Attacks
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To Heal Divides, Marine Vet to Retrace Washington's Princeton March
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After Delays, Army Ready to Roll Out Combat Arms Fitness Test
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Ecstasy One Step Closer to Approval as PTSD Treatment
Some of the 27 veterans involved in the trial describe MDMA-assisted psychotherapy as a cure, not a treatment.
Army Guard Deployed Thousands While Restricting GI Bill Benefits
The Army National Guard deployed thousands of troops on orders restricting accrual of GI Bill benefits during the last two ye...
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