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Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Dorothy:

Here's what will happen if the VA runs out of space for patients

The Department of Veterans Affairs is beginning to divide its inpatient units into two zones to separate non-infectious patients from those with novel coronavirus, and when the need arises, officials plan to discharge non-critical patients and even build new facilities. → Read More

Base Announces 1st Military Spouse Death from Coronavirus

The spouse's service member has also tested positive for COVID-19 and is still in isolation, officials said. → Read More

Amazon Says It Has Fixed 'Glitch' Thwarting Overseas Military Families

Amazon says it had a glitch that caused some military families living in Italy, Bahrain and Japan to be unable to order. → Read More

Military Families Overseas Say They Can’t Order from Amazon Anymore

Amazon had already warned that certain items will take longer to ship. → Read More

Bill Would Save GI Bill Benefits for Student Veterans with Canceled Classes

This student veteran package would ensure veterans aren't charged for not completing their program because of closures. → Read More

Military Hospitals Will Stop Offering 'Elective Surgeries,' Esper Says

Esper said the Military Health System, or MHS, currently has enough equipment, such as masks, gowns and ventilators. → Read More

Most Dental Procedures for Military Personnel Postponed for 60 Days

Most dental procedures will be pushed off the calendar to free up resources for an "expected surge" in coronavirus patients. → Read More

This Physician Is Using Hormones to Treat TBI Patients

Defense Department Health Affairs officials said they are researching neuroendocrine dysfunction in patients. → Read More

Lawmakers Submit Nearly 50 Questions to VA over its COVID-19 Response

In a bipartisan letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, lawmakers said they are concerned about staying up-to-date . → Read More

Airlines’ Proposed Emotional Support Animal Rules Divide Veteran Advocacy Groups

Until April 6, the Department of Transportation is soliciting comments from the public. → Read More

Veteran Cemeteries to Limit Funeral Size During Pandemic

The VA's National Cemetery Administration will work with families who wish to go forward with the burial but delay services. → Read More

Jill Biden Woos Military Families with Plan to Improve Spouse Unemployment

Jill Biden appealed to military families in a phone call by presenting her husband's policies. → Read More

Movers Want Nearly $200 Million in Bailout Cash After Military Moves Frozen

Two associations said this package would let moving companies request up to 60% of their revenue from last year's DP3 moves. → Read More

Military Patients Face Lengthy Wait Times on Tricare Nurse Advice Line

The 24/7 health care assistance line is seeing a "larger than usual call volume." → Read More

How VA and Tricare Users Can Get Tested for Coronavirus

The U.S. military says it has plenty of coronavirus tests ready, but not everyone meets requirements to get tested. → Read More

Military Medical Retiree Changes, Cuts Should Halt Due to Pandemic: Senator

Gillibrand wants the DoD to delay medical cuts and a plan to push retirees and families off base for care. → Read More

Trump Salutes Hero Military Dog for K-9 Veterans Day

To mark K-9 Veterans Day, President Trump honored the military working dog injured in the raid that killed the head of ISIS. → Read More

VA Faces Criticism over Lack of Plans to Deal with Coronavirus Pandemic

The Department of Veterans Affairs has been criticized for not releasing a comprehensive emergency response to the disease. → Read More

The Coast Guard Has Billions in Overdue Maintenance, and Lawmakers Are Concerned

Congress appropriated about $12.2 billion for the Coast Guard in fiscal 2020. → Read More

1,000 Coast Guard Kids May Get Kicked Out of On-Base Care as DoD Reorganizes

About 1,000 children of Coast Guard families could lose their spots at base child development centers under a new DoD policy. → Read More