American Veteran News 03.11.14

• Alzheimer’s buddy program pairs patients, students
• Artwork of military veterans goes on display in Astoria
• Bill would speed progress on claims backlog
• Buckeye Buckmasters honor 9-11 veteran at hunt in Muskingum County
• Decreased casino revenue means less for schools, veterans
• East TN veteran hits slopes for 2014 Sochi Paralympics
• Group- Medicaid expansion would cover some vets
• Honor Flight reaches goal, will send 460 Korean War veterans to D.C.
• How bad directions (and a sandwich) started World War I
• Jobs program for National Guard members expanding to include all military branches
• Laredo Vet Center and the San Antonio Mobile Vet Center will host a Veterans Information Fair
• Life After War – America’s Veterans Today
• Lynchburg event connects military veterans with helpful services
• New Film on Black American WWII Soldiers Makes Philadelphia Debut
• Physicians, Marines weigh in on TBI care
• Revolutionary War Memorial to be added to Pensacola Veteran’s Memorial Park
• Sons of the American Revolution Give Toolboxes to Purple Heart Recipients
• Suicide awareness hike a personal journey for Army reservist, mother
• Tampa Air Force veteran reunited with K-9 partner
• Traumatic brain injury- Knowing is half the battle
• VA’s calculation of outstanding claims questioned
• Veterans Blast Norwood VAMC, American Legion Takes Note
• Veterans explain frustrations with VA delays to American Legion panel
• Veterans make up growing share of federal workforce so why is their morale faltering-
• Vietnam Veterans of America will have Agent Orange meeting in Hays
• Vietnam Veterans Tribute at Naples Vet Center
• Welcome efforts to connect veterans to jobs
• Woman to receive medal for late WWII vet father
• WWII and Korean War veterans sought for Chicago Honor Flight to DC to visit memorials
• WWII Marine veteran Ray Manning chronicles the drudgery and the horror of war
• WWII vet gets dog tag he lost at Anzio

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