Department of Veterans Affairs Reaches Historic Breakthrough Agreement

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Robert A. McDonald and attorneys representing homeless veterans in Los Angeles announced an agreement that dedicates the West Los Angeles VA campus to serving veterans in need, and commits the department to design a plan to help end homelessness among veterans in Los Angeles County. The agreement is […]

Hospital Employees to Hold Demonstration at Cincinnati VA Medical Center

Federal employees will hold a demonstration at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center in support of fully staffing and improving working conditions at the facility. The employees, members of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), say the understaffed facilities and gross mismanagement are harmful to veterans. “Cincinnati VA Medical Center staff understand how critical this […]

House Bill on VA Bonuses Misses the Mark on Accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs

The American Federation of Government Employees objects to the proposed legislation by Rep. Jeff Miller regarding bonuses awarded to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) employees. The bill was reviewed today at the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs legislative hearing. “It’s time to turn the page on morale-busting measures like Rep. Miller’s proposal and focus on […]

Counting Every Veteran on the Way to Ending Homelessness

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald is taking a firsthand look at the issue of homelessness among Veterans by participating in this year’s Point-in-Time (PIT) Count in Los Angeles, California. The PIT Count typically takes place in locations around the country during the month of January. Secretary McDonald remains committed to the goal of […]

VA Announces Single Regional Framework under MyVA Initiative

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced that it is taking the first steps under the MyVA initiative to realign its many organizational maps into one map with five regions to better serve Veterans. The new regions under the MyVA alignment will allow VA to begin the process of integrating disparate organizational boundaries into […]

Phony Navy SEAL of the WEEK: Lowell “Erectile” Hipsher, Penis Guy and Earl Littman WWII Phony SEAL

Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BLASTS Lowell Hipsher who suffers from erectile dysfunction and flapping his shit pipe about being a SEAL. Googling his name brings up ENDLESS pages about him being a SEAL and needing a penis implant. Lowell served for almost three years. He was never a SEAL. Earl Littman is […]

Verizon and Veterans Advantage Announce Partnership to Thank Our Military Veterans and Families

Verizon and Veterans Advantage today announced a partnership to offer annual savings of up to $120 on Verizon FiOS Bundles for U.S. active duty military, veterans, National Guard and Reserve, and their families. This savings program is newly created for Veterans Advantage members with a VetRewards Card, providing these special military savings when enrolling in […]

Teamsters Partner With US Army, ABF To Train Military Veterans As Drivers

The Teamsters, the U.S. Army and ABF Trucking formally entered into a partnership today which provides for commercial drivers’ license training for military personnel that are transitioning to civilian life. Teamsters, through the Teamsters Military Assistance Program, have been assisting veterans in obtaining careers in the transportation industry over the years, but today, along with […]