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How much do you know about Veterans Day? Test your knowledge and history of the annual event honoring heroes of war. Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
Nov 8, 2017 • Edited
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Military and Veteran Caregivers are an unpaid workforce saving our nation billions of dollars a year in health care costs and potential institutionalization. This month AARP salutes our veterans and pays special tribute to family caregivers by proclaiming November as National Family Caregivers Month. Let's honor the contributions and sacrifices of our military caregivers, those hidden heroes who help our injured and disabled veterans live longer and better lives. Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
Nov 8, 2017 • Edited
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For many American veterans, the war in Vietnam is an on-going story. A surprising number have chosen a path that has taken them back to Southeast Asia on a quest to help and to heal the people whose lives were devastated by the war. Here are some of their stories. Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
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Since the early days of the Revolutionary War, American soldiers have been writing letters that shared their fears, hopes for the future, and love with those who waited anxiously behind. On a more personal level, these correspondences provide a tangible connection to the past and humanize our men and women in uniform, capturing their distinct personalities, experiences and aspirations. Read full article Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
Nov 8, 2017 • Edited
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The Department of Veterans Affairs offers a variety of Caregiver Services. In addition to AARP’s growing support efforts on behalf of family caregivers, we offer here a summary of Department of Veterans Affairs caregiver services. Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
Nov 8, 2017 • Edited
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The Veterans Affairs department will issue a photo ID card to any veteran who has been honorably discharged and applies for the card. The cards will allow veterans to prove they have served in the military without the hassle of carrying around their discharge papers and make it easier for them to get discounts at stores and other businesses. Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
Nov 8, 2017 • Edited
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James C. McCloughan finally received the Medal of Honor in a White House ceremony. Back in May 1969, during a two-day battle near Tam Ky in Vietnam, a 23-year-old Army medic, James C. McCloughan, rescued 10 members of his company. He kept going even after suffering head and arm wounds in the fighting.  Read full article Veterans Resources available at aarp.org/veterans.… more
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