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8/16/16 | NBC News

Spirit Of ’45 Day Honors World War II Vets

World War II veterans, their families, and many others came together Sunday in Portland, Oregon, to celebrate Spirit of ’45 Day.

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7/7/16 | NBC News

20 Veterans Commit Suicide Each Day, VA Study Finds

On average, 20 veterans a day committed suicide in 2014.

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7/4/16 | NBC News

Fireworks Can Be Nerve-Wracking for Vets With PTSD

For military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, sudden fireworks detonations can be frightening — or even deadly.

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7/3/16 | NBC News

New Nonprofit Helps Vets Who Can’t Travel See the World

A new nonprofit, Honor Everywhere, is helping veterans like never before, allowing them to travel around the country from the comfort of their own home.

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6/30/16 | NBC News

Marine Recruit’s Death Leads to Hazing Investigation

Fifteen drill instructors and other Marine commanders are under investigation for hazing and misconduct in a review that began with a recruit’s death.

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6/29/16 | NBC News

Marine Corps Making 19 Job Titles Gender-Neutral

The Marines in the next few days will publish the gender neutral name changes to affect 19 roles.

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6/17/16 | NBC News

Sexist Note Angers Veteran

North Carolina Navy veteran parks in spot marked for veterans, only to find a note reading “This parking is for veterans, lady. Learn to read & have some respect” when she returns. WCNC’s Mike Hanson reports

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5/31/16 | NBC News

Watch Trump Blast Media Over Reporting on Donations to Vets

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump fires back at the media during a press conference aimed at detailing specific donations to ve

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5/30/16 | NBC News

Wounded Soldier Rebuilds His Life, Then Builds a New One

Evan Cole was supposed to be dead after a bomb shattered him in Iraq. This month, he strode across a stage to receive his master’s in architecture.

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5/30/16 | NBC News

Obama Honors the Fallen on His Last Memorial Day in Office

President Obama laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington, paying tribute to the 20 U.S. troops killed in Afghanistan and three others in Iraq in the past year.

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