Archive for September, 2012





Absentee voting begins among troops

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For civilians, the presidential election is more than a month away, but for servicemembers overseas or away from their home state, the process has already begun, and its pace is beginning to pick up.


Alternative treatment may improve PTSD symptoms

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Finding effective treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans has been an important goal among many medical professionals, and results of a new study may provide a breakthrough in the ongoing effort.



Troops anxious about potential budget cuts

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Lawmakers and military officials are both concerned about the impact sequestration can have on the Armed Forces, but often lost in the fray is what could happen to servicemembers and their families.


VA works toward ending veteran homelessness

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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) set a goal of of eliminating the problem of veteran homelessness by 2015, and according to recent findings it looks like officials are well on their way to reaching this.