G.I. Bill celebrates 80 years of transforming American dream for veterans

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) commemorates the 80th anniversary of the G.I. Bill, a landmark legislation that has empowered millions of veterans with education, housing, and employment opportunities since its inception. Over eight decades, the G.I. Bill has significantly contributed to the personal and professional growth of veterans, enabling them to achieve their […]

Women’s Army Corps Veterans’ Association Ch 68: donations to Phoenix VA

Phoenix, AZ—In June 2024, Chapter 68, Saguaro (Phoenix) of the Women’s Army Corps Veterans’ Association – Army Women United (WACVA-AWU) proudly donated over $2700 worth of requested goods to the Phoenix VA Health Care System. These donations included household items, hygiene products, gift cards, and bus passes for veterans who have recently transitioned from homelessness […]

80 years since D-Day

D-Day is not just a U.S. holiday, but a significant event in American history. It refers to the day of the Normandy landings on June 6, 1944, an event that “marked the beginning of the end of World War II,” according to the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services. “Today marks the 80th anniversary of D-Day,” […]