The Army has been confronting an alarming increase in the number of suicides among soldiers and it’s seeking help from an unusual source: the Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository.
In Wildwood, New Jersey Vince Deprinzio touched the names on the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall. It’s one of only three in the country that is an exact half-size replica of the official wall in Washington D.C.
An online school has teamed up with a local financial institution to help 150 veterans get back to school and work after serving in the military.
All that excitement over the record Mega Millions jackpot last weekend may not have left any of you much richer, but states that participate in the game sure are.
Research has shown that GED recipients earn no more than high school dropouts. Only one in 10 earns a college degree. The exam is in the process of changing and so is some of the instruction.
“Many of them have come out of Iraq and Afghanistan with real needs. Substance abuse problems, sometimes mental illness, other ailments, anger management that need attention,” attorney general Paula Dow says.
In what is becoming a tradition, Applebee’s will once again thank our nation’s veterans and troops by inviting them to their local Applebee’s for a free meal on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, 2011. This […]
Governor Corbett has signed a bill that will ensure that military veterans have representation on the state Civil Service Commission.
Hundreds gathered in Avalon, Cape May County to remember our fallen soldiers and those still in combat.
The true meaning of Memorial Day seems to be fading into the distant past, according to the president of the Philadelphia Korean War memorial.
Doylestown is gearing up for tomorrow’s holiday celebration featuring the oldest Memorial Day parade in the country and a service remembering the members of the military who gave their lives fighting for our freedom.
Honor and remember the men and women who have died in military service with these simple ways to commemorate Memorial Day.
A career expo to help service members transition from military life into the civilian workforce was held today in Cherry Hill.
Military.com and the Non Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America(NCOA) held the event.
About 40 amputee veterans were getting tips from golf pros at the Indian Spring Country Club in Marlton. David Bronson was among them. He wears a prosthetic leg after being wounded in Iraq.
Organizers say there are plenty of business reasons to hire veterans, including their skill set and character.