The images are well known – wounded service members with severe injuries, confined to beds or wheelchairs – no longer able to serve their country.
The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) received a $471,549 grant from the National Security Agency (NSA) on Monday to help fund the university’s initiative to train future cyber warriors.
Fifteen years ago, war was not perpetual.
State university leaders have long complained about what they call an underfunded mandate to provide an increasing number of veterans and their dependents a free college education under the Hazlewood Act.
The City of San Antonio will move forward with four different annexation processes for areas outside city limits after City Council voted 8-2 in favor of the plans on Thursday.
San Antonio’s economic growth has contributed to a bright future – and bright skies.
Most students in Texas’ 23rd Congressional District headed out last week with a new outfit, fresh school supplies, and a sturdy backpack, ready to start the new school year.
USAA named Wayne Peacock President of USAA’s Property and Casualty Insurance Group and Heather Cox as USAA’s Chief Technology and Digital Officer on Friday.
As a parent and as the son of a World War II veteran, count me among those horribly offended by Donald Trump’s recent comments targeting the family of Army Captain Humayun Khan.