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Soldier killed in 1950 identified and brought home

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| PFC Roger Gonzales's remains were unidentified for decades until now. His body came home last week. His family held a funeral on National POW/MIA Recognition Day.

More cutting-edge cancer trials coming to Long Beach VA

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The Long Beach VA is the site of a new partnership bringing the latest research on cancer treatment to Southern California veterans.

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Decorated Army Vet becomes citizen after facing deportation

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Yea Ji Sea came to the US when she was 9 years old. After four years in the military she was discharged because of her immigration status, and had to fight to stay.

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The VA is bracing for a "gray tsunami"of aging veterans

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On a recent Monday morning in Camarillo, dozens of veterans, their spouses, and grown children settle into their seats at the Ventura County Office of Education, free coffees and sodas in hand, getting ready to hear lawmakers discuss what’s waiting for their families as they enter old age.

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Army vet from L.A. may face deportation

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A U.S. Army veteran who grew up in Koreatown wants to become a U.S. citizen, but her application has been stalled for over two years. 

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The Bob Hope USO center at LAX is getting an upgrade

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The Bob Hope USO center at LAX is about to get an upgrade. The new facility is in the base of the iconic Theme Building, more commonly known as the spaceship hovering in the center of the airport’s terminals.

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How connected do you feel to the military? We want to hear

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There's a growing military-civilian divide. How connected do you feel to the armed forces? Tell us.

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Vets are learning job skills bringing Henry IV to life in LA

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The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles is teaching veterans theater tech jobs skills while they work behind-the-scenes on the upcoming production of Henry IV.

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