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- Veterans were ‘Guinea pigs’ in Army’s chemical experiments. Now they need answers. Decades after the U.S. Army used soldiers to test the effects of potent chemical and biological warfare agents – including some prohibited by the Geneva Protocol – it has begun notifying veterans that they may be eligible for government-paid medical care for related injuries and illnesses.
- Scammers take advantage of holidays to prey on veterans’ emotions, desire to help other vets. Giving Tuesday is a time when many Coloradans take stock of what they have and make donations to help others. It’s also a time of year when scammers ramp up efforts to take advantage of those in a giving mood.
- Veterans court may start by end of year, early 2018. Progress is being made to establish a veterans court in Howard County, and it may be accepting clients very soon. Howard County Superior Court II Judge Brant Parry continues to make progress in his efforts to create an alternative to jail for veterans facing criminal courts…
- Bee Cave resident will cover service animal costs for veterans. Bee Cave resident Jack Bodolosky knows how valuable companionship can be to a veteran dealing with emotional or physical scars. A veteran himself, Bodolosky has seen the immeasurable good a service animal can do for someone who has returned from a combat zone.
- Veterans and military families need internet to connect to our economy. In 2017, a time when the world is more connected than ever before, it’s easy to assume that veterans, active service members, and their families benefit from these advances in technology.