The Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center in Phoenix, Ariz.<br>Joe Gromelski/Stars and Stripes

Attorney: VA should have diagnosed client's cancer sooner

A lawyer for a military veteran opened a medical-negligence trial Monday by saying his client's now-terminal prostate cancer would have been curable had the Veterans Administration hospital in Phoenix diagnosed it sooner.

'Project: Veteran Relief' offers free martial arts training for veterans

Kenny Holmes and other instructors teach a variety of martial arts through Project: Veteran Relief. Classes are free to veterans and for a small fee for family members.

Three-day Chattanooga event to honor Vietnam veterans

The U.S. Senate declared March 29 as "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day" in 2011 and groups around the country have been holding ceremonies since

N.H. class aimed at combat veterans, families

Sgt. 1st Class Brian Vespa likened it to the monthly chaplain's breakfasts held for those on active duty. The breakfast has opening prayers, but the rest is focused on positive affirmation.

Medal of Honor recipient: Award belongs to those 'who didn't get to come home'

Wearing the Medal of Honor he earned during World War II on a blue ribbon around his neck, Hershel W. “Woody” Williams talked humbly about what it was like to be an American hero during a visit to Aiken on Thursday.

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