“I’ll never forget when the first service dog my husband and I trained met his veteran. We were at the airport to meet our veteran. We saw him coming around the corner in his wheelchair, and he went straight to his dog, Ares (who he named after the God of War), and said, ‘I’ve been waiting a really long time for you,’ and for a few minutes, the pair were so connected they weren’t even aware of the rest of us around them.”
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Local women give caring boost to U’s National Center for Veterans Studies.
Members of the public are encouraged to nominate a Utah Veteran to be honored at the U’s 19th annual Veterans Day commemoration Friday, Nov. 11, 2016.
Roger Perkins, director of the Veterans Support Center, is dedicated to helping student veterans thrive at the U.
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U study finds exposure to death correlated with suicide risk in deployed military.
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