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Fifty years after the war in Southeast Asia, Vietnam Veterans remain the largest population of Vets seeking care through VA facilities nationwide. Spokane honored Vietnam Veterans with a recognition ceremony & luncheon.
New VA Medical Center Deputy Chief of Staff is happy with her career decision to Choose VA where she is finding job-fulfillment and advancement opportunities in VA. Dr. Meiers is the daughter of a World War II Veteran.
Vietnam War Combat Veteran Mike Zorn’s mission didn’t end 50 years ago in the jungles of Vietnam or Southeast Asia. It didn’t end in the troubling years back in the States after the war was over either.
Admitting she wasn’t “holy enough” to be a nun or a teacher, Army Veteran Rosemarie Edinger said she was surprised to learn that by accepting money for nursing school, meant she might have to go to war.
The Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center is happy to announce the arrival of new Medical Center Director, Dr. Robert J. Fischer to Spokane. In addition to being a U.S. Military Veteran, Dr. Fischer is an OB-GYN physician.
A popular Veteran, VA employee, and former volunteer, Walt Mabe is riding off into the sunset, deciding to retire following recent surgery. Nearly 48-years ago, an (IED) detonated underneath Walt Mabe while he fought.
Spokane’s seven living survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor all received a hero’s welcome from the staff, volunteers, Veterans, military, and Congressional leaders at the Mann-Grandstaff VAMC on January 21, 2015.
Bills co-sponsored by Senator Patty Murray and Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers to rename the Spokane VA Medical Center recently passed. The new name honors Army Private First Class Joe E. Mann (born in Reardan, WA) and Army Platoon Sergeant Bruce A. Grandstaff (born in Spokane, WA).
“Private First Class Mann and Platoon Sergeant Grandstaff gave their lives for their fellow soldiers and their country,” said Senator Murray. “Their selfless actions during World War II and the Vietnam War, respectively, earned them the Congressional Medal of Honor, our nation’s highest military decoration. It is important we remember those, like these two heroes, who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. I am proud the VA Medical Center in Spokane will bear their names.”