Statement by VA press secretary Curt Cashour on VA’s near-term priorities under Acting Secretary Robert Wilkie
Under VA’s new leadership, which is now firmly aligned with President Trump and his priorities, the department’s operations have improved in many ways.
Under President Trump, the VA has benefited from some of the most significant legislative reforms in the history of the department.
More and more Veterans are receiving health-care treatment virtually, thanks to efforts by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to expand telehealth.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently released a new online feature through the My HealtheVet portal that allows Veterans to access their medical images and associated study reports online.
Chris Wilson’s interview this morning on Fox and Friends had a very important message.
In the last year, many women and men have spoken up publicly about being sexually assaulted or sexually harassed.
Fieldwork has begun as part of the investigation into US military use of Agent Orange on Guam. Officials from Guam EPA, Joint Region Marianas, and Anderson Air Force Base were present during the four day soil sampling by AECOM, a private contractor selected by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command.
The Marine Corps has officially launched an investigation into a lance corporal who apparently attacked a protester at the Charlottesville “Unite The Right” rally while marching with white supremacist groups.
The Puerto Rico National Guard has identified the nine airmen with the 156th Airlift Wing, who were killed on May 2 when their WC-130 crashed in Georgia:
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFNS) -- Military service often requires duty in noisy environments that can cause hearing loss and it doesn’t just happen during combat operations at deployed locations far from home station.