Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., chairman of the House Veterans' Affairs committee.<br>Stars and Stripes

House committee to investigate whether extremist groups target veterans for recruitment

The investigation will dive into the role misinformation plays in drawing veterans toward extremist ideology and organizations, according to a statement from Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., chairman of the House Veterans' Affairs committee.

Jewish War Veterans group to mark 125th anniversary: ‘Country’s freedoms worth fighting for’

With the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America celebrating its 125th anniversary on March 15, South Florida members of the organization explained what serving in the military has meant to them.

Buffalo VA uses a first-in-the-nation system to vaccinate thousands of veterans

When staff from the Veterans Affairs Western New York Healthcare System weighed how best to deliver the Covid-19 vaccine to eligible veterans, they worried bringing them into the Buffalo VA Medical Center for appointments presented a potential safety risk.

Veterans seek help to replace dilapidated VFW post in Maine

"When the wind blows, you can actually feel the building sway. The building is literally sinking. It's folding and bending," said Jim Roberts, the operations manager at VFW Post 3108 in Belfast, Maine.

Call her coach: Wounded veteran finds camaraderie in competitive esports

A Navy and Army veteran helps others through collegiate video game tournaments.

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