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The Palm Beach Post
Therapeutic program pairs combat vets with horsesTwenty-two veterans die by suicide each day, according to the Iraq and Afghanis
Therapeutic program pairs combat vets with horses
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 16 days ago
Twenty-two veterans die by suicide each day, according to the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), and suicide has outnumbered combat as the leading cause of military deaths for the past several years. One woman in Loxahatchee is on a... Read more
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ABC News
VA Admits 25,000 Vets Received Improper Brain Injury Screeningthis review that should be helpful to most, if not all affected veterans.” Jon
VA Admits 25,000 Vets Received Improper Brain Injury Screening
ABC News / Posted 21 days ago
this review that should be helpful to most, if not all affected veterans.” Jonathan Schleifer, policy director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, said, “The VA makes mistakes like any large organization. What we’re pleased about... Read more
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The Hill
Keep the promise: Don’t cut veteran education benefitsAffairs Committee. He is now the President and CEO of Northern Compass Group lo
Keep the promise: Don’t cut veteran education benefits
The Hill / Posted 30 days ago
Affairs Committee. He is now the President and CEO of Northern Compass Group located in Anchorage, Alaska. Rieckhoff is Founder and CEO of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America. He was an Army Infantry Officer who served in Iraq from 200... Read more
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Boston Globe
A new mission: helping veterans land on college teamsas of 2014, the VA said. But many veterans also will have trouble readjusting
A new mission: helping veterans land on college teams
Boston Globe / Posted a month ago
as of 2014, the VA said. But many veterans also will have trouble readjusting to civilian life. A survey of about 1,500 by Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America found that three-quarters of recent veterans had been unemployed after leaving the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Washington planners look beyond US' crowded 'front lawn'away from well-known icons like the tributes to veterans of World War Two and t
Washington planners look beyond US' crowded 'front lawn'
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 1 months ago
away from well-known icons like the tributes to veterans of World War Two and the Korean War have angered some groups. The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America is fighting for a spot on the mall, calling potential plans to commemorate those... Read more

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