THE VETERANS.LIVE BROADCASTING NETWORK is dedicated to our countries Veterans, troops and their families.

Featured on our broadcast included the series of NOW I UNDERSTAND seminaries, lectures, dynamic reading of Dennis M. Butts. www.nowiunderstand.worldMr. Butts is a highly decorated Marine Corps Vietnam veteran. Mr. Butts was awarded three Purple Heart Medals Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation and was awarded the ALL American Hero Award in 2013. 

HVCC CONSULTING GROUP under the direction of Mr. Butts provide complete consulting on over eighteen business areas to our veterans and families through THE VETERANS.LIVE BROADCASTING NETWORKS in conjunction with Now I Understand and After Action Report.  

We will also feature Mr. Butts famous After Action Report programs which was produced for four year and Hosted by Mr. Butts form Chantilly, Va.  After Action Report and the new After Action Report will feature Military expert and medical experts from our leading Veterans Centers like the National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Bethesda, Md.  National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) Hope, Healing, Discovery, and Learning for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Associated Health Conditions. Intensive Outpatient Program. A four-week program where a team of providers works closely with patients and their families to develop a tailored treatment plan that focuses on the mind, body, and spirit. 

The primary patient population of the NICoE is active duty service members with TBI and PH conditions who are not responding to conventional therapy. After being referred by their military health care provider and accepted into the treatment program, the service member goes to the NICoE for two to three weeks, where they will stay in a NICoE-dedicated Fisher House on the Bethesda campus. A spouse or other family member may stay with the service member during the time of treatment. Service members return to their duty station or referring military treatment facility upon the completion of their time at the NICoE with a personalized treatment plan aimed at helping them return to active duty.

The 72,000-square-foot (6,700 m2) facility is adjacent to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on the grounds of Naval Support Activity Bethesda in Bethesda, Maryland.[2][3][4] Built by the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund[5] using $65 million in private donations, it was transferred to the Department of Defense on June 24, 2010.[6]

THE VETERANS.LIVE BROADCASTING NETWORK will also profile the largest and most amazing project ever conceived and being built in Greensburg, PA. The VETERANS SUNRISE CENTER & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE.  THE VETERANS.LIVE BROADCASTING NETWORK will follow the development and construction of this incredible  project.