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Gilbert Lafferty Hernandez
· February 5, 2015
Dear Counselor my brilliant daughter Katie! You make me so proud for all your hard work helping our veterans and their families! As a retired Colonel from the U.S. Army, I am fully aware of the compl...exity and challenges you face every day helping them with their important legal affairs. Your work and your colleagues help save professional lives giving new hope to those who come to you in need. God Bless You! God Bless USD Veterans Legal Clinic and all who volunteer and work there. With all my love and admiration, I remain sincerely your proud Dad! Amor y abrazos! Colonel Gilbert Cordova Lafferty-Hernandez (Ret) See More
John Vincent
· September 20, 2013
Thanks for your support to our country's veterans!

Feel like enjoying some classic cars and supporting Veteran's Services? Then come out to the Heartbeat Classic Car Show April 22nd 9am - 3pm in North County. There will be raffles and donation drives to benefit the Veterans Association of North County!…/

KUSI automotive expert Dave Stall joined Good Morning San Diego to talk about the Heartbeat Classic Car Show.

Palomar College will now offer a full service, oncampus resource center and lounge for veteran and military affiliated students!…/sd-no-commnews331-sto…

Palomar College held a ribbon-cutting recently for its new veterans center. The renovated 2,240-square-foot center ...more community news

New VA healthcare service center set to open in South Bay for San Diego veterans!…/Veterans-Affairs-to-Break-Gro…

Veterans Affairs is expected to break ground on a new health clinic in Chula Vista Thursday in an effort to serve more of those who served San Diego.
Dr. Ronny Jackson, currently the physician to the president, noted that it’s in his best interest and his children’s best interest to do what
The pins are available to all who served on active duty during the Vietnam War period, regardless of duty or location.
At 6'2", Army vet Sarah Hughbanks has a bird’s-eye view of wounded warriors on the sitting volleyball court. The assistant coach also knows what adaptive sports can do for wounded, ill and injured soldiers.
Advocates say they're close to a deal to add three major pieces of VA legislation to the budget bill under consideration this week.
BURLINGTON, Vt. — The trials of Odysseus are really not that different from the struggles of those learning to readjust after wars of today, modern

Want to send a care package to oversees service members at NO COST to you? Simply take ten seconds to follow the instructions on this link!

We're turning every donated Crown Royal bag into care packages for deployed American military soldiers around the world.
Some service members can be disqualified from programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program,
The for-profit university, recently the subject of a Chronicle investigation over its attempts to skirt state oversight requirements, has failed to get California’s approval to serve veterans.

Interested in learning more about the Forever GI Bill? Check this out!

Were your VA education benefits affected by a school closure? You may be able to restore your benefits.

Get the details at the #ExploreVA Facebook Live event with the National Military Family Association

Do you have questions about VA benefits? Register here for VA's next social media event to get your questions about benefits answered by VA experts.
Many veterans and beneficiaries of active duty military face limited local access to maintenance prescription medications, direct consultation, and consistency of care.

Local veterans close to meeting their fundraising goal for a special memorial honoring the 11th Marine Regiment.…/sd-me-eleventh-marine…

Marines and sailors who served in the 11th Marines seek to build a special garden at Camp Las Pulgas to commemorate those who died on duty.…/1-5-billion-dollar-lawsuit-by-f…/

#ITTtech lied to me and 1000s of other student veterans,” said former @USArmy soldier, Travis Craig. “It is infuriating that the FedGovt let ITT and other for-profit schools collect our hard-earned #GiBill benefits while they were misleading students.”

INDIANAPOLIS – A federal Bankruptcy Court granted preliminary approval today for a $1.5 billion settlement proposal that could potentially cancel millions of dollars of student debt in a claim brought by former students against the for-profit college, ITT Technical Institute, the Project on Predat...