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SoCal military construction may be delayed for border wall

California Air National Guard
| President Trump wants to pull up to 3.6 billion dollars from the the Pentagon's military construction budget to pay for his long-promised border wall.

The Pentagon has settled a lawsuit over allegedly defective earplugs. Now veterans are suing, too.

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The settlement with earplug manufacturer 3M has focused attention on service-related hearing loss, one of the most common health problems among veterans.

Military helicopters over Los Angeles, explained

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If you heard or saw military helicopters flying in formation over Southern California on Tuesday, you weren't alone.

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Audit finds CalVet is mismanaging state vets homes

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California's Department of Veterans Affairs, or CalVet, maintains 8 homes for disabled and elderly veterans. A new audit says the state is mismanaging this land and under-charging for rent, ultimately hurting veterans.

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A camp for military veterans offers healing and friendship

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Wounds caused by military service can stay with troops long after they leave the armed forces.

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500 immigrant military recruits discharged in a year

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The Pentagon confirmed last week that more than 500 immigrants recruited to the U.S. military because of their specialized language or medical skills were discharged between July 2017 and July 2018.

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'Ring of Red' play celebrates Chicanos' service in Vietnam

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It’s hard to quantify how many Latinos served in the military during the Vietnam War, because at the time, the Pentagon didn’t officially keep track of ethnicity. All Latino troops were identified as white in official documents.

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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.

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