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Visit One News Page for Veterans news from around the world, aggregated from leading sources including newswires, newspapers and broadcast media. Search millions of archived news headlines. This feed provides the Veterans news headlines.

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    [Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's former advisor Chris Mutsvangwa has accused Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga of being behind plots to oust him as war veterans leader, claiming it was a fight-back against his outburst against alleged state capture. Reported by 6 hours ago.

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    Half a dozen veterans groups are urging the Department of Veterans Affairs to raise standards in its nursing homes in light following The Boston Globe and USA Today report about poor conditions. Reported by Newsmax 4 hours ago.

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    FREDERICKSBURG, Texas (AP) — A group that organizes vintage fighter plane rides for veterans says a passenger who was killed when a World War II-era aircraft crashed in South Texas had been a WWII pilot.The P-51D Mustang was participating... Reported by New Zealand Herald 5 hours ago.

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    In this latest edition of Transaction Action, a veterans agency and a national home builder sign new leases, while a local apartment complex sells for $9.2 million. Reported by bizjournals 4 hours ago.

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    Community Invited to Opening Day Festivities on Saturday, December 8

    Centennial, Colo. , Nov. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- All American CrossFit Southglenn is pleased to celebrate the grand opening of its new location at Centennial’s University Towne Center at the intersection of Dry Creek and University Blvd. All American CrossFit Southglenn is located at 7470-D S. University Blvd. in Centennial. The grand opening party will take place on Saturday, December 8, 2018. * *Following its soft launch just a few weeks ago, All American CrossFit Southglenn has already signed up more than 80 members in its recently remodeled 3000 square-foot facility. All American CrossFit Southglenn's unique approach to fitness includes a blend of high-intensity interval training (HIIT), strength training, gymnastics, and cardio. And unlike many other gyms in the area, coaches Mike Egebrecht and Aaron Yost are both certified CrossFit coaches and bring decades of fitness education and expertise. 

    All American CrossFit Southglenn offers monthly memberships for classes, all day open gym, and personal training for athletes of all ages. Because its two co-founders are both military veterans, All American CrossFit Southglenn also provides substantial public service discounts to veterans and active-duty military, police, corrections officers, firefighters, paramedics and teachers. 

    “All American CrossFit isn’t just a gym—we are building a fun and supportive culture of fitness, accountability and community,” said co-founder Sophia Lind. “Our one-hour workouts boost endurance, strengthen muscles and restore the body for the most efficient workout possible. All American CrossFit is ideal for anyone who wants to get a well-rounded and convenient workout, and have fun doing it!”

    All American CrossFit Southglenn offers classes six days a week, with open gym all day from 5:00 am - 8:00pm. Prices range from $110 per month for 2x-per week to $160 per month for unlimited classes. For exclusive membership rates call 720-421-1755 or stop by for a personalized tour. For more information, please visit

    *About All American CrossFit Southglenn: *Co-founded by Army veterans, All American CrossFit Southglenn combines three essential elements of fitness to create the best workout ever. Each 60-minute session boosts endurance, strengthens muscles and restores the body through a combination of strength training, HIIT training, gymnastics, muscular endurance, and mobility. To learn more about All American CrossFit Southglenn, please visit or

    CONTACT: Bill Rigler
    720.833.5925 Reported by GlobeNewswire 4 hours ago.

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    A Connecticut federal judge on Thursday certified a proposed class action from tens of thousands of Navy and Marine Corps veterans who say they were… Reported by ABA Journal 3 hours ago.

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    Community-Wide Salute Brings Young and Old Together in Special Ceremony

    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (PRWEB) November 19, 2018

    They have served us with honor, and on November 11, military veterans became the guests of honor as more than 270 people gathered for a special celebration at Atlantic Shores Retirement Community. Each year, the patriotic community invites local guests and dignitaries to personally honor each resident veteran, as well as the loved ones of veterans who have recently passed.

    Local Cub Scout packs, high school JROTC members, community and church vocal groups, area musicians, and even members of the Combat Veteran’s Motorcycle Association have been among those gathered to recognize those who have fought for our freedom. Honored speakers, pinning ceremonies, color guard and patriotic musical performances all combine to acknowledge the extreme sacrifices made by our American veterans and their families. An emotional playing of taps also memorializes all veterans who are no longer with us.

    Located in the heart in one of the country’s largest military communities, Atlantic Shores deeply values all servicemen, and is home to a large number of retired servicemen and women from the Navy, Marines, Air Force, National Guard, and Coast Guard -- many who have served honorably, earning Purple Heart and Silver Star awards.

    The community also boasts many civilians who have been recognized for making a vital difference to the readiness and well-being of soldiers on the frontiers of freedom, including 102 year-old resident Doris C. Baker. For almost 30 years, Miss Baker earned her way into the hearts of Special Forces soldiers and their families as a teacher assigned to Bad Toelz, Germany, the first overseas assignment base for the 1/10th Special Forces Group Airborne (Green Berets).

    Her adventures in Europe put her directly in the path of history, including close-call border crossings, and a face-to-face encounter with Hitler’s last active general – experiences which served as the basis for Doris’ memoir “The Originals” -- the first book about the Green Berets written by a woman. Miss Baker’s legacy of support was recently honored with induction as an Honorary Member of the Special Forces Regiment (Green Berets), an honor bestowed on only nine other distinguished individuals worldwide, only two of whom are women.

    Atlantic Shores is also home to the Colonial Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, an organization which honors past and present veterans for the sacrifices they have made, and educates elementary and high school students children on the principles of citizenship, leadership, and how to support the freedoms their previous generation fought so hard to achieve. The group is part of the National Freedoms Foundation -- a patriotic organization started soon after WWII to held rebuild war-torn countries in Europe, and strengthen democracy throughout Europe and the U.S. The Colonial Chapter was chartered in 2008 as the first chapter in Virginia.

    In addition to Veteran’s Day celebrations, Atlantic Shores also salutes retired and active duty military year-round, with special event partnerships including the Virginia International Tattoo.

    This inspiring event features an astounding display of patriotism and international cooperation, with military and civilian bands, drill teams, bagpipe and drum bands, and highland dancers from around the world combining to create a powerful, unified and extraordinary performance.

    For more information on Atlantic Shores and it’s active community of military veterans, visit Reported by PRWeb 2 hours ago.

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    Former Treatment CEO and Wargaming building govt Matias Myllyrinne has rounded up a group of business veterans to shape new studio, Redhill Video games.  As reported through VentureBeat, Redhill will center of attention on free-to-play PC recreation building and can glance to create a slate of titles “that can have a world have an effect on.”  … Reported by The News Articles 1 hour ago.

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    Crowds of veterans answer widow's Facebook call to attend her ex-RAF husband's funeral The widow of RAF veteran Francis Cox, 92, feared no one would attend his funeral in South Gloucestershire, but dozens of ex-servicemen showed up after a Facebook appeal. Reported by MailOnline 18 minutes ago.

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    A group that organises vintage fighter plane rides for veterans says a passenger who was killed when a World War II-era aircraft crashed in South Texas had been a WWII pilot. Reported by News24 15 minutes ago.

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    Las Vegas nightlife industry veterans Ronn Nicolli and Ryan M. Craig have joined the team at Palms Casino Resort, which began unveiling a $690... Reported by 1 day ago.

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    The Department of Veterans Affairs added $350 million to the estimate for its new Cerner Corp. electronic health record modernization program, pushing the 10-year cost of implementing the system past $16.1 billion. In May, the VA’s initial contract with the North Kansas City-based health IT company (Nasdaq: CERN) was for $10 billion. Project cost estimates have increased primarily because the VA failed to budget for government employees. This was one of many topics Congress expressed concerns… Reported by bizjournals 23 hours ago.

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    DePaul Properties, Inc. is Developer of Perry Knitting Mill Apartments

    WARSAW, N.Y., Nov. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Five Star Bank (the “Bank”), subsidiary of Financial Institutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: FISI), today announced that it recently provided $9 million of construction loan financing and $11 million in Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity for the development of Perry Knitting Mill Apartments, a 48-unit affordable apartment project located in the Village of Perry, NY.The project will be developed by DePaul Properties, Inc. (“DePaul”) and involves the renovation of the former Perry Knitting Mill, a long vacant manufacturing facility located in the village. DePaul is returning this property to vitality and relevance with this challenging redevelopment. The project will provide housing for workforce families, as well as apartments with supportive housing services that are reserved for individuals with mental illness and the frail elderly, particularly those at risk of homelessness. Preference for these apartments will be given to seniors, as well as veterans and military personnel.

    Craig Burton, Commercial Real Estate Executive for Five Star Bank, said, “Perry, located just 10 miles from our headquarters in Warsaw, is a very important market for Five Star Bank. We believe that it is critical for the community that this much-needed housing project be successfully developed. We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with such a capable and accomplished company as DePaul by providing the funds that will move the project forward to successful completion.

    “Five Star Bank recognizes the need for affordable and special needs housing in Upstate NY and has initiated a program to provide both debt and equity financing for these projects throughout its footprint. The recent hiring of Senior Vice President John Berry, who worked directly on this financing, was an important step in developing this expertise at the Bank.”

    DePaul President Mark H. Fuller said, "DePaul is pleased to be a community partner in meeting the need for quality affordable housing options in Perry and throughout New York State. We are proud to be an integral part of the revitalization of the long-vacant Perry Knitting Mill, an example of progress and partnership in action."

    DePaul is recognized for proficiency and expertise in utilizing highly complex capital structures to develop affordable housing for their clients and the communities they serve. They have completed and manage 12 projects comprising 800 units throughout Upstate NY, many of which involved the complex renovation of historic buildings, such as the Perry Knitting Mill.

    LECESSE Construction, an innovative construction management firm based in Rochester, will serve as General Contractor for the project. LECESSE is a nationally recognized leader in the senior housing market and also specializes in affordable and multi-family housing, healthcare and higher education.

    *About Five Star Bank and Financial Institutions, Inc.*

    Five Star Bank provides a wide range of consumer and commercial banking and lending services to individuals, municipalities, and businesses through a network of more than 50 offices throughout Western and Central New York State. Additional Five Star Bank information is available at, on Twitter, and on Facebook.

    Five Star Bank, Scott Danahy Naylon, LLC (“SDN”), Courier Capital, LLC (“Courier Capital”) and HNP Capital, LLC (“HNP Capital”) are subsidiaries of Financial Institutions, Inc. SDN provides a broad range of insurance services to personal and business clients across 45 states. Courier Capital and HNP Capital provide customized investment management, investment consulting and retirement plan services to individuals, businesses, institutions, foundations and retirement plans. Financial Institutions, Inc. and its subsidiaries employ approximately 700 individuals. Financial Institutions, Inc. stock is listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol FISI. Additional information is available at 

    *About DePaul Properties, Inc.*

    DePaul, a progressive, private not-for-profit organization founded in 1958, is committed to providing quality services including assisted living services for seniors; residential and support services to persons with mental illness in recovery, some of whom have a history of homelessness; addiction prevention and support services, vocational programs and affordable housing.

    DePaul assists individuals in achieving their optimum level of independence and success in the environment of their choice, while remaining sensitive to assessed community needs and available resources.

    *Contact:  *Shelly J. Doran  (585) 627-1362 or Reported by GlobeNewswire 23 hours ago.

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    Sixteen former service member non-incumbents won a seat in Congress in the recent midterm elections, more than have been elected in nearly a decade, according to a report from The Hill. Reported by Newsmax 22 hours ago.

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    The Governors Awards celebrate the careers of a few entertainment veterans who have not yet won an Academy Award by bestowing them with an honorary Oscar statuette. Reported by Newsday 21 hours ago.

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    16 Democrats Oppose Nancy Pelosi Bid For House Speaker Watch VideoSixteen Democrats have promised to oppose Rep. Nancy Pelosi to be the next Speaker of the House.

    In a signed letter sent to Democratic colleagues, the group said they won't vote for Pelosi during both the internal caucus vote this month or the official House floor vote in January.

    The group consists of 11 House veterans, 4 newly elected representatives and one who's in a race that hasn't been called yet. They've expressed their desire for new leadership as the reason for their opposition to the California representative. The group thanked Pelosi for her "years of service," but felt their party's recent majority in the House was brought about on a message of "real change in Washington."

    Despite the group's relatively small size, their lack of support could prove detrimental to Pelosi. As of right now, Democrats have a 16-seat majority in the House, meaning there's a chance Pelosi will lose if the members stick to their plans. Five other Democrats have said they will not vote for Pelosi, but did not sign the letter.

    Pelosi was elected Speaker of the House over a decade ago. She lost her position in 2010 when the GOP took the House, and has served as Minority Leader ever since. Reported by Newsy 21 hours ago.

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    On Saturday, November 17, Homes 4 Families and the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) held a public ceremony to present 24 veterans and their families with keys to their new homes.

    SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (PRWEB) November 19, 2018

    On Saturday, November 17, Homes 4 Families and the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) held a public ceremony to present 24 veterans and their families with keys to their new homes.

    “I believe in the American Dream, and for veterans, a big part of that dream is home ownership,” said CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani. “Through this project, CalVet and Homes 4 Families have provided the opportunity of home ownership to more than 90 veterans for more than 6 years.”

    This final phase of 24 families completes the 78-home CalVet Residential Enriched Neighborhood, a program that offers permanent, affordable home ownership with manageable loan payments and family enrichment services to low-income veterans and their families. This model provides more than just a home – it includes services such as financial literacy workshops and veteran-specific trauma informed services, and has been proven to have positive, long-term outcomes for low-income families.

    “Our Veterans understand the meaning of leadership, dedication, and service, plus they bring these important skills to our community. They are truly an asset,” said Donna Deutchman, President & Chief Executive Officer of Homes 4 Families.

    The event also featured art by veterans and military family members, created as part of Homes 4 Families’ My TIME® (My Trauma Informed Military Enrichment) program. This program gives veterans and military family members a way to express their narratives and address their traumas through art-making, introspection, and peer-to-peer sharing.

    This neighborhood was a partnership between Homes 4 Families and CalVet, with a contribution from the California Department of Housing and Community Development CalHome program.

    This event honored major supporters and sponsors including The City of Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, Anheuser-Busch represented by General Manager Eric Gutierrez, The Ahmanson Foundation, Citi, and many more.

    Among those present to welcome home the military families were: Congressman Steve Knight and his wife Lily, Secretary of CalVet Dr. Vito Imbasciani, Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste, Santa Clarita Mayor Pro Tem Marsha MacLean, Kassie King representing U.S. Representative-elect Katie Hill, Kris Hough representing State Senator Scott Wilk, and Sharon Bronson representing Assemblymember Dante Acosta.

    CalVet and Homes 4 Families are continuing to partner in building Enriched Neighborhoods® for low-income veterans and their families as they continue construction on the next project: a 56-home CalVet Residential Enriched Neighborhood in Palmdale, California.

    About Homes 4 Families:
    Homes 4 Families ( empowers low-income veterans and their families to enter the middle class through affordable, full-equity homeownership combined with holistic services that build resiliency, self-sufficiency and economic growth. Through its outcome-proven Enriched Neighborhood® model, the nonprofit provides service members, veterans, and their families with comprehensive wraparound services that equip them to succeed in civilian life, including financial education, therapeutic workshops, trauma-informed programs and veteran-to-veteran support. With more than ten years of research-backed experience and success, Homes 4 Families works closely with the California Department of Veterans Affairs and others to build permanent, thriving veteran communities.
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    The annual Girls in Tech Awards recognize those who lead by example in the fight for women’s education, empowerment, and equality

    SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) November 19, 2018

    Girls in Tech (, an organization focused on the education, empowerment, entrepreneurship, and engagement of women in technology, is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Girls in Tech Awards. The award recipients—Danielle Feinberg of Pixar Animation Studios, Jessica Herrin of Stella & Dot, Kathy McElligott of McKesson, and Craig Newmark of—were honored at Girls in Tech’s gala in San Francisco on Friday, November 16.

    This year’s winners were chosen for their advocacy work in increasing female representation in tech and STEM.

    “Though the tech industry has made great strides, there is still a long way to go to see true change,” said Adriana Gascoigne, founder and CEO of Girls in Tech. “Each of our award winners leads by example in the fight for equality and helps show the importance of role models for women in tech.”

    Girls in Tech’s award winners come from a range of backgrounds in the technology world.· Innovator of the Year: Kathy McElligott, McKesson CTO

    McElligott is responsible for the overall technology direction of McKesson, the largest healthcare company in the United States. She is also on the board of ArcBest, a publicly traded $2.8 billion dollar freight transportation and logistics firm.

    · Creator of the Year: Danielle Feinberg, Pixar Animation Studios director of photography

    Feinberg was ocean unit CG supervisor on Finding Nemo and directed lighting for Wall-E, Brave, and Coco. Her TED talk on the science of light has been viewed more than 500,000 times on YouTube alone.

    · Philanthropist of the Year: Craig Newmark, founder

    Newmark is an internet pioneer and leading philanthropist. He serves on the board of directors of nonprofits including Blue Star Families, Center for Public Integrity, Consumers Union/Consumer Reports, Girls Who Code, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, and the Poynter Foundation.

    · Entrepreneur of the Year: Jessica Herrin, Stella & Dot CEO and founder

    Herrin is the co-founder of and CEO and founder of Stella & Dot. In 2016, Herrin released her first book, Find Your Extraordinary: Dream Bigger, Live Happier, and Achieve Success on Your Own Terms.

    The gala is a special event that celebrates not only champions of the women in tech movement, but a busy year for Girls in Tech. Girls in Tech’s flagship Catalyst conference expanded threefold to London and Melbourne in 2018, the organization’s design thinking and coding bootcamps reached over 230 women in APAC regions in the program’s inaugural year, and Hacking for Humanity programs helping give hands-on experience to coders and solve real-world problems locally were held in Romania, Australia, Gibraltar, and across several chapters of the United States. Furthermore, in 2018 Girls in Tech chapters were launched in Palestine, New York, Chicago, and Washington DC.

    The gala was sponsored by Ellie Mae, DLA Piper, and Rocketspace.

    About Girls in Tech
    Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit that seeks to eradicate gender disparities in high-tech industries and startups by engaging, educating and empowering women who are passionate about technology. From technical courses and leadership bootcamps to hackathons and startup competitions, it is our mission to support women entirely with the access and community they need to succeed in tech.

    Across the globe, GIT exists for anyone with an interest in technology regardless of age or profession, and we operate with the spirit of the girl within all of us—fearless, lively and determined. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in San Francisco, the Girls in Tech impact has affected more than 100,000 members in 36 countries around the world. Programming in each regional chapter varies to fit the unique needs of their communities. For the latest updates, read GIT's blog or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn or YouTube. Reported by PRWeb 20 hours ago.

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    The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl will receive $20.4 million for the construction of a visitor center, according to U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, the lead Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction and Veterans Affairs. The American Battle Monuments Commission and National Cemetery Administration began discussions on a new interpretive center for Punchbowl in 2011, but plans were put on hold due to a lack of dedicated funding. “This… Reported by bizjournals 19 hours ago.

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