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Author: DFNS

Vietnam veterans rally to help disabled comrade

Walter Sanders went into the Navy in 1968 expecting he wouldn’t be sent to Vietnam. He was sent there anyway. His disability and other health issues make simply getting in and out of the...

UNGA — Adopted Six Resolutions regarding Israeli Occupied Territories

The Assembly adopted a resolution that stressed the need for Israel, to withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories, and demanded the complete cessation of all Israeli settlement activity and Israel’s compliance with its obligations...

Bankers dishonest by training, not by nature: study

The research makes for uncomfortable reading for bankers, but the study received support from those inside the finance industry, conscious that recent scandals reflect a serious problem with banking culture. …read more Read more...

‘Jew, Judaism, Jewishness’

Three years after the publication of The Wandering Who, I discussed with Bill Alford different aspects of Jewish power and controlled opposition. We elaborated on Identity politics and the tribal ideology that drive Zionism...

Flournoy emerges as front-runner to replace Chuck Hagel

President Obama’s short list of possible replacements for outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel includes Michele Flournoy as its front-runner, …read more Read more here:: Veterans News Now – VNN

Thanksgiving meal at Veterans Inc.

While many in the city gathered around their family dinner table, others sought company of a different kind on Thanksgiving. …read more Read more here:: Veterans News Now – VNN

Military Connection: VA Wait Times Remain: By Debbie Gregory

Veterans will be happy to know that the Department of Veterans Affairs has made significant progress in improving the backlog of patients waiting for care at VA facilities. The VA has cut the number...

Walz finds a voice on veterans and military issues

WASHINGTON: Just minutes after a short huddle with Nancy Pelosi on the House floor last week Rep. Tim Walz said he felt “abused” by the way he lost his underdog bid to lead Democrats...

Korean War remains returned to family in Kentucky

Lonald D. Skeens said goodbye to his family and reported for duty in Korea shortly after his 18th birthday. After a Sept. 3, 1950, encounter with enemy forces near Haman, South Korea, Skeens was...

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