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Veterans

Read: Active Shooter Drill Gone Wrong Causes Panic at Maryland Hospital

Active Shooter Drill Gone Wrong Causes Panic at Maryland Hospital

An improper mass alert caused an active shooter scare at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a hospital for recovering veterans.

Read: West L.A. Veterans Affairs Office Opens Parking Lot to Homeless Vets

West L.A. Veterans Affairs Office Opens Parking Lot to Homeless Vets

There are an estimated 4,500 homeless veterans in the Los Angeles area and approximately half live and sleep in their cars.

Read: Police Union Asks to Arm Officers After Deadly Yountville Hostage Crisis

Police Union Asks to Arm Officers After Deadly Yountville Hostage Crisis

Nine unarmed officers are currently employed at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville, a 615-acre facility aimed at helping veterans readjust to civilian life.

Read: Rise in Drug Disappearance at VA Hospitals Being Investigated

Rise in Drug Disappearance at VA Hospitals Being Investigated

Drugs losses at federal hospitals rose tenfold between 2009 and 2015.

Read: Why Campuses Should Consider Hiring Military Veterans

Why Campuses Should Consider Hiring Military Veterans

Major General (Ret.) Robert Nabors describes some of the qualifications of U.S. military vets, as well as reasons why your institution should consider hiring these individuals.

Campus Safety National Forum Keynote to Address Challenges of U.S. Veterans

Major General Robert Nabors will be delivering the 10 a.m. keynote at the National Forum in Washington, D.C. on June 25.

Dept. of Ed Outlines 8 Key’s to Vets Success in College

Student Committed After Confessing to Killing Spree Daydreams

New VA Medical Center Makes Emergency Preparedness a Priority

Feds To Train Police On Dealing with Combat Vets

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