Sen. Mark R. Warner comments after the Senate approved legislation to fund the Veterans Choice Program and authorize 28 delayed V-A medical facility leases.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine joined U.S. Sens. Jon Tester (D-MT) and Jerry Moran (R-KS) to introduce the Better Workforce for Veterans Act.
Smithfield Foods was honored for its donation to the Veterans Services Foundation in support of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services.
Mark Warner introduced a bill to expand a program that helps those who care for wounded, ill, or injured veterans.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine comments on the report on wait times at VA medical centers.
U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner comments on a report on long wait times at VA medical centers.
Sen. Tim Kaine announced co-sponsorship of legislation to reform the benefits appeals process for veterans.
A job fair/hiring event targeted specifically for veterans, veteran spouses and veterans with disabilities is set for Oct. 26.
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) led a bipartisan group of 18 senators seeking to improve veterans’ access to healthcare.
On Tuesday vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine campaigned with his wife, the Honorable Anne Holton in Fayetteville, N.C.
This week, Hillary for Virginia will launch Virginia Veterans and Military Families for Hillary with events in Arlington, Virginia Beach and Richmond.
As we observe Memorial Day, we remember with gratitude all of those brave men and women who have defended our great nation.
What does it mean to be a military-service veteran in the United States? Virginia Tech will try to answer that question and more.
Sen. Mark Warner introduced a bill to ensure that veterans who suffer service-ending combat-related injuries are not improperly taxed on the severance pay.
Military veterans of the Vietnam War will gather at James Madison University Saturday to hear one of their own speak – and to receive honor for service to their country.
Meeting veterans and hearing their stories is one of the highlights of my stops around the Sixth District.
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday passed legislation to help veterans transition to the workforce.
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam released the following statement in response to Governor McAuliffe’s budget proposal to improve veterans services.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced a package of budget proposals that will provide nearly $13 million in services for veterans.
Veterans interested in attending Virginia Tech can apply for free – one of the many resources available to prospective students as well as current students and employees who are veterans.
This past week, as our nation came together on Veterans Day to honor those who have served our country, I traveled across the Fifth District and talked with many of Virginia’s brave veterans. In addition to attending several Veterans Day events, I visited McGuire VA Medical Center, the Salem VA Medical Center, and three Community-Based Outpatient Clinics, more commonly known as CBOCs, in Danville, Lynchburg, and Charlottesville.
On Wednesday at the annual Veterans Day ceremony at Fishburne Military School, cadets placed American flags on grounds in the school’s quad in memory of Fishburne alums who gave their life to their country in wars dating back to the Spanish-American War in the 19th century.
Thank you. To many, these are just two simple words. But to our veterans, they mean much more. Today, we honor the men and women who for generations have served our country with great sacrifice and dedication. We are blessed to live in the United States, and every day I am thankful for the service of our men and women in uniform.
Today, U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) and a bipartisan group of Senate colleagues held a press conference in the U.S. Capitol to announce the introduction of the Veterans Health Care Staffing Improvement Act, bipartisan legislation to make commonsense changes in staffing policies at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and improve veterans care at VA health care facilities.