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Heart disease can affect anyone. It is never too late to make positive changes for your heart. Take it from U.S. Army Veteran Dan Williams. He is an avid runner, competitive athlete…and heart attack survivor.
It is rare to meet a person who truly resembles not just a hero, but a warrior in mind, body and spirit. Carla Sabrina Rose Locklear is a proud Native American Air Force Veteran from Lumberton, North Carolina.
U.S. Army Veteran Jerry Hynes was reunited with his dog tag during a ceremony last month at the Virginia National Guard Cherry-Beasley Readiness Center; 52 years after they were lost during combat in Vietnam.
Memorial Day is a time to remember those who died serving our great nation. U.S. Army Veteran Norman Duncan spent his time in service helping to ease the minds of those heading into what could be their last battle.
The Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) runs a nationally certified simulation center called the “SimLearn Lab” offering staff, students and volunteers a place to learn clinical skills in a realistic environment.