A retired Army major who served in Afghanistan as a Special Forces medic defended the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, saying that the hospital saved his life and is committed to its patients.
ATLANTA - An animal protection group wants a federal review of the University of Georgia after the group obtained a document detailing the use of live dogs, pigs and goats to teach medical procedures that include placing a breathing tube through a hole in the throat.
ATLANTA - Members of the military serving in Georgia are getting new protection to go along with their body armor, camouflage and electronics: intelligence.
...Gen. John Davis, senior military adviser for cyber to the undersecretary of defense for policy with the U.S. Department of Defense, will address "Ethics in a Cyber World" next week as part of The Russell A. Blanchard Distinguished Lecturer...
ATLANTA - An animal protection group wants a federal review of the University of Georgia after obtaining a document that details the use of live dogs, pigs and goats to teach medical procedures.
...expanding into South Carolina to form the largest sharing partnership among medical facilities managed by the U.S. departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.The newly renamed Georgia-Lina Federal Healthcare Executive Coun cil announced last...
Two state legislators from Augusta will recognize veterans and surviving family members of the Army Reserve's 319th Transportation Company this weekend.
ATLANTA - Georgia's population of working-age military veterans give the state an often unrecognized quality work force, experts say, an asset communities such as Augusta are trying to promote.
...these activities, visit augusta.issa.org.Mark BaggettEvans (The writer is a technical adviser to the U.S. Department of Defense for the SANS Institute.)
A symposium this week in Augusta could dramatically improve how America cares for an important part of its citizenry - our veterans.