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Mercedes-Benz Club donates car to disabled veterans

The Mercedes-Benz Club of America has donated a classic car to local disabled veterans so it can be sold to purchase a new van to transport veterans in Henderson and Las Vegas who can’t drive.

Visiting Afghanistan, Sandoval says U.S. should keep presence

Gov. Brian Sandoval talked by phone Sunday from Kabul about his surprise trip to Afghanistan, saying it is a momentous time in the country’s history as a new president is inaugurated today to move the troubled country forward.

Vegas submariners asked to ‘reconnect’

United States Submarine Veterans Las Vegas Base 51 wants to boost its membership by adding submarine-qualified veterans to its rost

 
65th Aggressor Squadron falls prey to Nellis budget cuts

Nellis Air Force Base closed a chapter Friday in the storied history of the 65th Aggressor Squadron, but the legacy of the pilots who flew its F-15 Eagles continues in the Middle East where their U.S. and coalition sparring partners are bombing Islamic State targets.

Veterans voice frustrations with VA Medical Center

Veterans vented their frustrations over medical care with officials who run the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas during a town hall meeting Thursday.

University offers free PTSD counseling in LV

The University of Phoenix Las Vegas Campus is offering free family counseling to the Las Vegas community, including veterans and their families, to augment a new hands-on training for prospective counselors in the mental health profession.

Veterans invited to NLV health care meeting

As part of a nationwide reform effort launched by Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald, the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System will hold a town hall meeting Thursday evening to gather feedback from veterans, family members, congressional staff and other stakeholders.

Veterans jobs fair planned in Vegas

Vegas PBS will host a veterans job fair Wednesday for National Guard and Reserve service members, their spouses, discharged veterans and retirees to connect them with military-friendly employers looking to fill entry-level to mid-management positions.

WWII veteran recalls ‘men we left behind’

At age 96, Alan Dunbar admits that his World War II experience as a wounded American soldier in German prison camps made him “as sentimental as the next guy.”

Contractor sentenced in military secrets case

A former civilian defense contractor working at the U.S. military’s Pacific headquarters was sentenced to prison on Wednesday for divulging military secrets to his Chinese girlfriend and keeping classified documents at his home.

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