Thursday, December 12, 2019
Home Tags Veterans

Tag: Veterans

GoFundMe Campaign Is Helping Veteran Save His Home

On Friday, Feb. 22, about 30 supporters went to court with Mr. Leonard Powell, who has been on the verge of losing his family...

West Point’s New Barracks Honors First Black Air Force General Benjamin...

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York named its newest cadet barracks after Air Force General Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr, whom graduated...

Daughter of Buffalo Soldier Becomes First  Black Woman to Lead Veterans...

 Delphine Metcalf-Foster (center)Retired Army veteran Delphine Metcalf-Foster was elected National Commander of the nearly 1.3 million-member DAV (Disabled American Veterans) this week at the...

State Attorney General Joins Friend of The Court Brief Supporting Transgender...

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has joined a friend-of-the–court brief supporting transgender rights for veterans in the case Fulcher v. Secretary of Veterans Affairs before the...

Retire Stars & Stripes Properly on Flag Day, June 14

If your faded or tattered Old Glory is appearing less than glorious, members of the Marin County United Veterans Council will gladly accept flags...

Oakland Monument to Soldiers Killed in Vietnam

 A monument listing the names of the 100 Oakland members of the armed forces who were killed in the Vietnam War was dedicated at...

Honor Flight Sends WWII Vets to Wash., DC

Twenty-four World War II veterans and their guardians traveled on an Honor Flight, all-expenses paid, three-day trip to Washington, DC, to see the WWII...

Vice President Biden Visits Oakland, Praises PG&E Program

Students in the PG&E PowerPathway workforce development program have the opportunity to gain the skills needed to work in the utility industry – as...

Demystifying UC Berkeley for Minorities, Veterans, Disabled, Women, LGBTQ and Formerly...

By Troy Williams   African Americans represent approximately 20 percent of the men and women in the Army and Marines, and 17 percent of the Air...

Parade Honors Japanese-American WWII Vets Who Fought in Segregated Units

By Brian Day, San Gabriel Valley Tribune Japanese-American World War II veterans who fought in a segregated regiment their families were incarcerated in U.S. internment...
- Advertisement -


MOST POPULAR

HOT NEWS

Bitnami