The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded $4.65 million in grants Tuesday to organizations in Nevada for curbing homelessness among veterans and their families.
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Joseph Konicek did two tours in Vietnam. A retired installer of floor coverings, he is 70 percent disabled from post-traumatic stress disorder. He also has battled prostate cancer and urges men to be tested.
Proposal would add up to 301,507 acres to existing 2.9-million-acre facility
Detlef Mann, 66, whose body was discovered on Aug. 16, was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The Marine Corps has acknowledged it misidentified two of the servicemen who helped raise the first U.S. flag at Iwo Jima during World War II, an event that was overshadowed by the raising of a larger flag that became an iconic image of the war.
A federal in Washington, D.C., will review a motion for summary judgment in favor of the Las Vegas man who suffers chronic breathing problems that he says were caused by burning stealth coatings and bits in open pits at the base.
Recognition given for providing pro bono legal services, escorts for military funerals
Residents at the north end of the Las Vegas Valley will hear more military aircraft noise than usual through Friday from an ongoing Red Flag air combat exercise that began Aug. 15 at Nellis Air Force Base.
Southern Nevada district among many offering veterans quicker access to care that is also more convenient.
There’s no doubt in Stanley Furrow’s mind that his health problems and those of his wife, children and grandson come from exposure to contaminated water when he served in the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
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