Air Force/Senior Airman Karla Parramilitary suicide prevention

Memorial Day look at the undercounted veterans who die by suicide from the battlefield

On Memorial Day, we recall those who didn’t return. The tragic pattern of those who return only to take their own lives, that’s an ongoing challenge.

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Mark Steffe, president & CEO, First Command Financial Services, Inc.

More than ever, military members and their families need a dose of financial literacy education

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Getty Images/Veterans Affairs/Alex WongVA IG

VA IG: Decentralization to blame for housing stipend, IT shortfalls

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Honor guards from the US Air Force carry the creamated remains of veterans found at Cantrel Funeral home during a full military ceremony at the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly on Monday, Nov 12, 2018. About 20 Patriot Guard Riders lined the walk with flags for the ceremony. (Dale G.Young /Detroit News via AP)

IT problems cause delay in veterans receiving GI Bill benefits

In today’s Federal Newscast, thousands of veterans are waiting for the Department of Veterans Affairs to pay their education benefits.

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100 years later, national WWI memorial project makes progress

The last US veteran of World War I died back in 2011. Now a group is one step closer to creating a national memorial for those fighters near the White House.

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Retired Marine, double amputee runs 800 miles in a month

Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione spoke with Retired Marine Corps Sgt. Rob Jones during the Modern Day Marine Military Expo in Quantico, Virginia.

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