Veterans, both newly discharged and those who served in past wars, often pass up benefits they are entitled to simply because they don't bother to find out what they are — and how important they may be.
After 30 years in the Air Force, Dr. Rudolph Roth practices medical dermatology at Penn Medicine at Radnor and works with doctors in Guatemala.
State legislators finally alert senior citizens and veterans to the fact that they may be eligible for an annual $250 tax deduction under a state law passed in 1963.
Veterans and senior citizens who own a home in New Jersey may be eligible for a $250 property tax deduction if they apply before October 1, 2015.
President Obama has nominated former Congressman and Iraq War veteran Patrick Murphy to serve as Under Secretary of the Army.
Michael J. Crescenz is just the third Medal of Honor winner in American history to have a VA Medical Center named for him.
VA report cites alleged data manipulation and mismanagement at its regional office in Philadelphia.
This tribute to our fallen heroes by an 11-year-old boy says it all (seen here on You-Tube).
The following is a tribute to veterans, those who are currently serving and those who have passed on, as well as their families, who have sacrificed so much for our country.
Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction — and here's one for the books!