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Times are tough for everyone, but even moreso for our Homeless and Hungry Vets who are not getting the support they were promised from the VA.
We have literally tens of thousands of Vets living on the streets going hungry. That is a travesty.
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For over fifty years, an elite group of specially trained U.S. Army soldiers have meticulously guarded the Tomb of the Unknowns — an elaborate sarcophagus monument dedicated to four unidentifiable soldiers who died in World Wars I & II and the Vietnam War.
It’s a shame that the mental help that is available to our Soldiers is less than adequate. They should be receiving top-notch medical help in all areas.
FORT LEE, Va. — Fort Lee, an Army post in Central Virginia, was on lockdown Monday morning after officials say a female solider shot herself.
Officials said that first responders were dispatched to a report of a female soldier with a gun inside the Combined Arms Support Command Headquarters (Bldg. 5020) at 9 a.m.
That’s where the soldier reportedly turned the weapon on herself and fired one shot.
VCU Medical Center staffers confirmed that one patient from the Army post had arrived at the Richmond hospital. There has been no word on the soldier’s condition.
“Special Agents from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command are on scene and investigating the incident,” read a post on Fort Lee’s Facebook page.
News of the incident was first posted on social media.
“Active shooter incident reported at CASCOM HQ, Bldg. 5020,” stated a tweet sent out from the post around 9:30 a.m. “All personnel…
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It is so sad that this happened.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO — A veteran died at a Veterans Affairs Hospital after waiting 30 minutes at the facility for an ambulance to take him 500 yards to the emergency room. Now the hospital is reviewing its policy.
VA officials told KOAT the patient collapsed in the cafeteria on Monday and needed to be taken around the building to the ER.
Witnesses said he looked like he was having a heart attack, so cafeteria staff followed procedure and called 9-1-1. VA policy states that if any medical emergency happens outside the main hospital staff should call 9-1-1.
The Alburquerque Fire Department told KOAT that an ambulance dispatched a crew to the hospital at 12:30 p.m. Paramedics loaded the veteran and drove him across the complex to another building.
By the time he got to the ER, he died.
KOAT asked VA officials why the man was not wheeled over…
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