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Soldier Stories: Pilot Hit by AK-47 Fire While Evacuating the Wounded

As a medevac helicopter pilot during two tours in Vietnam, Douglas Moore survived 1,874 combat missions. Some of those missions left his Huey chopper riddled with bullet holes.

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Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair Returning to York June 16

Area veterans of all ages, active military, and their families are urged to attend the Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair, a free, one-day event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 16, at Wyndham Garden York, 2000 Loucks Road, York.

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Lebanon VAMC Earns Psychology Program Accreditation

The Psychology Doctoral Internship program at Lebanon VA Medical Center has earned a full three-year full accreditation from the American Psychological Association’s Commission on Accreditation.

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Scenes from the Veterans' EXPO & Job Fair — Lancaster

Did you join us Nov. 7 for the sixth annual Veterans' Expo & Job Fair – Lancaster?

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Bipartisan Letter Urges VA to Track Scams Targeting Veterans

During a recent hearing entitled “Veterans Scams: Protecting Those Who Protect Us,” Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA), ranking member of the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, highlighted his bipartisan letter that calls on the Department of Veterans Affairs to take a more active role in tracking these scams and educating veterans about these schemes.

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3 Million More People Will Get Military Shopping Benefits in 2020

Starting Jan. 1, all service-connected disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war, and primary veteran caregivers will be eligible to shop at commissaries and exchanges, and officials from three federal agencies are preparing the way.

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Help Ship Christmas Stockings to Soldiers

Keystone Military Families, which ships 8,000–10,000 holiday stockings to American servicemen and women stationed around the world each year, is seeking monetary donations to help defray its sizable shipping costs.

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Soldier Stories: Dead on the Drawing Board: The Controversial ‘Atomic Canal’

Like many young men of military age, Ken Weiler was fully prepared to serve in Vietnam. He had enlisted in the Army, received extensive training in tank warfare, and received orders to be shipped overseas.

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Honoring the Achievements of Women in the Military

The words “veteran,” “hero,” and “patriot” usually evoke images of men.

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