It could be decades before we know the depth of veterans' health problems.
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The Pentagon’s budget process has been turned on its head after 5 years of congressional gridlock, but that’s not stopping Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work from trying to fix it. By Marcus Weisgerber
Calm could work against Obama's request for an additional $6.2 billion to fight the disease both domestically and abroad.
A history of the Virginia cemetery where 400,000 U.S. servicemen are interred
But efforts by the government and the private sector to hire former service members are making a difference, data shows.
Many believe the Pentagon is failing to deliver the weapons and equipment troops really need.
The Pentagon spends too much time and money buying weapons that don't deliver.
Three months into McDonald's tenure, lawmakers and advocates aren't shying away from voicing their concerns.
Many of the soldiers "known only unto God" can actually be identified.
Other countries offer models for truly nationwide tributes to military service and sacrifice.