To be eligible veterans must have been born in Indiana, entered military service in Indiana or lived in Indiana at least eight years.
Indiana ranked third worst in the country in a 2016 WalletHub study of best and worst places for military retirees.
A Marine veteran in Delaware County has been awarded the Purple Heart 72 years after he was injured in a World War II mission.
Senator Joe Donnelly says after visiting with American and Afghani troops over the holiday weekend, he’d prefer the troop level were around 9,800.
Explosions on the Fourth of July can trigger anxiety, panic and flashbacks in veterans with PTSD.
Pence says the bills will expand benefits and opportunities for Indiana’s military servicemembers and veterans.
The program will track and share prescription information between patient healthcare providers.
Section 1053 of the Fiscal Year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act transitions some National Guard members to federal civilian positions.
Former IN Congressman Hamilton says that bringing forces into Syria could be a risk but might add the needed leverage to finding a diplomatic solution.
For three straight years, more members of the military have taken their own lives than died in combat.