Tuesday Jul 8
Vietnam vet hears back from VA hospital 2 years after death
Douglas Chase was diagnosed with the tumor in 2011. A year later, his wife, Suzanne, wanted to move his medical care to the Veterans Affairs hospital in Bedford, which was more convenient to their home, WBZ -TV reported.
Area Guide to 4th of July Celebrations
A gathering of Taps Buglers from the organization Bugles Across America will be meeting at the D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA on the morning of July 4, 2014 to play a coordinated/group Taps around the Memorial grounds.
Vietnam vet gets VA appointment two years after his death
Apparently, it's not fair to say that all veterans are denied health care from the VA and never get to set an appointment.
The Star Online
Reliving the memories: World War II veteran opens up about Normandy invasion
Edwin, who still lives by himself, told his family about the call from the reporter, but he didn't know where the article would be published.
'Absurd' VA Blunder: Acton Vet Gets Appointment 2 Years After Death
The widow of an Acton veteran said she's furious after the Bedford VA Medical Center made a doctor's appointment for him, nearly two years after his death.
The Gaston Gazette
The longest day: History comes to life at D-Day observance
I read the book "The Longest Day" in high school. I met the men of the book on Friday, June 6. And it's not just a story.