Research Shows Virtual Reality Can Treat PTSD
Research conducted at The University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies shows that virtual reality is an effective measure to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder […]
[VIDEO] Romy Camargo: Hero On and Off the Battlefield
Romy Camargo joined the U.S. Army in 1995 and became a Green Beret operator. During a mission in Iraq, he and his comrades came under attack by 25-30 enemy forces […]
HBO and Starbucks Present: The Concert for Valor live in D.C.
HBO and Starbucks have announced they will host The Concert for Valor to honor U.S. servicemen and women, veterans and their families on The National Mall in Washington, D.C. on […]
U.S. Troops to Remain In West Africa for A Year to Fight Ebola
Chief of U.S. Africa Command, Army Gen. David Rodriguez recently announced that U.S. troops will remain in West Africa for at least a year to fight Ebola. “This is not […]
Homeless Vets Get $605,000 for Housing
127 homeless vets in Indiana will soon have places to call home. The Department of Urban Housing and the Department of Veterans affairs recently announced that more than $605,000 in […]
Study Finds Vets Have Trouble Transitioning into Civilian Life
According to a recent study conducted by the USC School of Social Work, more than half of U.S. troops who leave the military are unprepared for civilian life. The study […]
BattleFrog Obstacle Course Lets Civilians Experience NavySEALs Training
SOURCE: Pittsburg Post-Gazette If you were ever wondered what it’s like to be a Navy SEAL, now you can get a glimpse by participating in the BattleFrog Obstacle Course. Founded […]
All Male National Guard Unit Welcomes its First Female Command
On September 14th the Minnesota National Guards 849th Mobility Company made history when it appointed Capt. Tara Robertson to command a previously all male combat engineer unit. “I’ve always dreamed […]
New Air Force Pilot Takes WWII Grandpa On One Last Mission
70 years after he was awarded his medal wings before beginning his time as fighter pilot during WWII, Bob Jorgenson pinned them on his grandson Nick Atkins after graduating from […]
70 Percent of Troops Oppose Being Sent to Iraq
The majority of active duty U.S. troops oppose being sent back to Iraq and expanding a mission in Iraq and Syria, according to a new poll conducted by The Military […]
Uber to Hire 50,000 Members of the Military Community
Acknowledging the difficulty some members of the military face transitioning from military life to civilian life – under the new program UberMILITARY – the start-up plans to hire 50,000 members […]
Military Vet Throws “Grenade Style” First Pitch at Nats Game
Before the Washington Nationals faced the San Francisco Giants in game 2 of the National League Division Series Saturday, one military veteran had the honor of throwing the first ceremonial […]
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Military Life Insurance Costs Increasing and Well Worth It
Source: USAA – JosephMontanaro | Retired, Army | San Antonio, TX | 07-07-2014 Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (SGLI) premiums are going up…and a celebration could be in order! Even after the increase, you can […]
Independence Day Re-Enlistment in Afghanistan
At Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, over 100 Military members took the oath of enlistment again to continue their commitment to service & country.
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