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Veterans Affairs officials will restart their electronic medical records overhaul early next year but with a completely new leadership team designed to avoid the implementation problems seen at early sites using the new software.
BYRON, Ga. (AP) — When Tim Williams purchased his home in Kewanee Farms in Byron in the late summer of 2020, starting a pecan processing facility and opening a storefront wasn’t something he’d ever imagined doing.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The U.S. Navy hopes to train more competent aviators for less money, officials say, as they eye using simulators to speed the process of training the fundamentals and then focus live flying on the high-end tactics that will help them win against an adversary like China.
The Marine Corps plans on using big data to map out careers and, like a “FedEx” package, deliver Marines with needed skills.
Enlisted Marines are made in boot camp. Marine officers, The Basic School.
Three research projects at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, are aimed at reducing sexual assault and harassment in the military.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A holiday tradition in Alaska’s largest city for more than 60 years got off to a dim start this year.
BOSTON — An airman from Massachusetts who was shot down over Romania during World War II has been accounted for, the military said Wednesday.
Two phone calls would change a veteran’s life. The first comes right after Marine Sgt. Zach Stinson arrived for his 2010 tour in Afghanistan.