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Frank Walker accepted a commission in the U.S. Army after graduating from the Clemson University ROTC program. Walker was stationed in Vietnam flying the OH-6A Loach helicopter with F Troop, 4th Air Calvary.
At the age of 22, Jackie Hall raised her hand volunteering to serve her country in the Air Force as a psychiatric nurse. Just a few months later, she volunteered again – this time to become a flight nurse in Vietnam.
The Charleston VA Medical Center and Fisher House Foundation held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Lowcountry’s first Fisher House. Charleston Fisher House will be a 16-suite home away from home for Veterans' families.
Last Thursday, Veterans and community members from across the state gathered aboard the USS Yorktown to listen as Vietnam Veterans shared stories of service and sacrifice during the war that forever changed America.
On Oct. 25, Veterans, VA employees, community leaders and Savannah residents gathered for the grand opening ceremony of the new Savannah VA Outpatient Clinic hosted by Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center.
As part of a fully integrated health care system, VA medical centers across the Southeast worked together to provide unprecedented coordination of care and seamless patient transfers/evacuations during Hurricane Matthew.
When U.S. Army Veteran Jan Shriner was diagnosed with breast cancer, she couldn’t have foreseen that 12 years later she would be helping fellow Veterans as the Cancer Program Coordinator at Charleston VA.
Researchers at the Department of Veterans Affairs find both herbicide exposure and military service are associated with high blood pressure (hypertension) among Army Chemical Corps Vietnam era Veterans.
Are you ready to make your choices? Advance Care Planning: Your preferences for future health care. Advance Directive: Tell others your preferences and who you have chosen to be your Health Care Agent.