The range of health issues facing America's veterans is both wide and ever-evolving. The American Legion recognizes this and provides valuable health-care information on a variety of conditions, as well as regularly updated information on the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Nearly 100 seek help during the first two days of the Legion’s Veterans Benefits Center in Philadelphia.
Veterans share personal issues but also express satisfication with VA during a Legion town hall meeting in Philadelphia.
A Legion team of experts is responding to reports of serious delays in scheduling medical appointments for veterans.
President discussed VA health care with Legion, other stakeholders.
National Commander: Veterans suffering from TBI and PTSD should not be held up to ridicule.
A March 16 town hall meeting for veterans will be followed by a three-day Veterans Benefits Center.
Soldier for Life's Lt. Col. Paula Smith: 'It is essential that we address and embrace the uniqueness of women veterans.'
In front of dozens of Legion family members, Department of Veterans Affairs secretary addresses issue he claimed to serve in Special Forces.
Legion briefed on recent Department of Defense directives calling for greater access to military installations for service organizations.
Dr. Ronald Poropatich shared that treatment for TBI/PTSD is not a one size fits all.