It's time for the Commission to stop ramming these ridiculous proposals down veterans' throats. They don't want it, and they're not taking it lying down. We're listening; but is the Commission?
The number of post-9/11 service members suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), and other life-altering injuries is at an all-time high.
If there was a real reason to believe that the current system is badly hurting our veterans, and that they would be better cared for under a privatized system, then it would be reasonable to support the transition. But this is the opposite of the reality.
CAREN at Bayi Hospital in Chengdu, China Photo Source At ...
On the rare occasion that 50 women gather together in the military, their male counterparts hover anxiously outside the room, wondering what conspirac...
The lead generation program was instituted in 2005 to quickly fill the ranks during a time of multiple overseas combat obligations. And it was successful in bringing the National Guard back to its end strength.
Can you imagine giving all you have honorably to your country, coming back and not knowing who you are or what to do and then finding yourself on the street with no food or roof over your head? To me this is not only a scary thought but unbelievable that this is happening and on a large scale.
The Veterans Administration organized a nationwide function on the March 29 this year. The purpose was to recognize and "welcome home" all Vietnam veterans.
Mission Memorial Day is a commitment, a commitment that myself and three other combat vets made to ensure that our friends we lost overseas, and so many other young Americans would be remembered.
During the past few years I became quite close to two veterans. One is a World War II veteran. The other is a Vietnam War veteran. The World War II veteran, John Tschirhart -- "the French-American" -- recently celebrated his 95th birthday.
Please check out this extraordinary video of my daughter Alyssa Braver interviewing her almost 93 year old grandfather, Harold Braver for the Huffington Post #TalkToMe video series.
Our Nation is facing an epidemic situation of grand proportions with the level of suicides happening in our Veteran population. While our Veterans ma...
It is time to run your life both with your heart and mind as equal partners in the pursuit of your greatness.
Here's a challenge for people who think about organizations in 21st-century America: How do we demilitarize our notions of leadership?
This is an interview with John Gillard, who explored yoga for several years while he was active duty military. He now teaches at a studio in Warren,...
My role as a psychotherapist is not to advocate particular responses or causes. My point is that in order to recover from the large and small wars we all experience, we would all do well to follow Eric's example of using trauma as an opening for change.