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TOP PHOTO: Army Veteran David Janke meets with the Amputation Specialty Clinic team at VA North Texas. The Dallas VA Medical Center is one of 18 Level ll Polytrauma Amputation Network Sites within the VA to provide specialized care to our Veterans with limb loss. For Janke, this visit is a way forward to a new prosthesis, enabling easier moves around his property, walks on more rugged terrain, and managing stairs more easily. He met with a physical therapist and performed a functional evaluation to see what level of activity he could tolerate before meeting with the specialty team. (Photo by Jennifer Roy for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs) READ MORE

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VA releases mental health and suicide prevention toolkit for former Guard and Reserve members

VA releases mental health and suicide prevention toolkit for former Guard and Reserve members

Improving care and support for former Guard and Reserve members who were never federally activated is a critical part of VA’s suicide prevention efforts.

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Treadmill

Army Veteran’s long journey back to an active life

There was a time, following a series of brain surgeries, that Army Veteran Cathy Davis had trouble talking or walking. Now through years of VA therapy, she leads a very full, active life. 

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Borne the Battle 139

Are you a fan of podcasts? Borne the Battle is our weekly #podcast where we interview Veterans and share their stories with you.

This week, we focus on Navy Veteran turned Hollywood actress, Jennifer Marshall. LISTEN HERE.


Carry the Load

NCA and Carry the Load kick off ‘Memorial May’ campaign

Carry The Load's "Memorial May" Campaign, will consist of a national relay and events covering 40 states and stops at 26 of our national cemeteries.

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