Swords to plowshares: Program trains military veterans to farm and ranch:
(Apr. 04, 2022) On a muddy spring afternoon in Corrales, N.M., Jessica Andrews inspects lettuce rows inside a warm greenhouse at Silver Leaf Farms. Read full story.
Army suicides hit new post-9/11 peak in 2021:
(Apr. 01, 2022) If you or a loved one is experiencing thoughts of self-harm or suicide, you can confidentially seek assistance via the Military/Veterans Crisis Line at 800-273-8255, via text at 838255 or chat at http://VeteransCrisisLine.net. Read full story.
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