Jonathon Humphreys did not know what to expect when he walked into the Portland Veteran’s Affairs auditorium one Friday evening in October.
Veterans Day is personal to Josh Rizzo. The 39-year-old Bend man lives with the memories of serving in the U.S. Army during the Iraq War
Mike Aaron was an 18-year-old high school senior when his father woke him up one early September morning with the news.
Fred Cheong Lee was Gen. George S. Patton’s mapmaker during the final months of World War II in Europe.
Every veteran has a story.
Over the past 10 years, several highways in Oregon have been turned into concrete- and-blacktop memorials to Oregon’s veterans and those killed in five major
BANDON — When Howard Hoffer returned from serving in Vietnam, he, like many other veterans, received a less-than-enthusiastic welcome. That all changed last month, more than
SOUTH COAST — Many veterans have a hard time as they come home, suffering physical or mental disabilities. To help these service members, PAVE — Paws Assisting
The Poppletons’ garage in Albany is split in two — one side for Roy, 84, and the other for his wife, Jackie.
The organization partners with land management agencies around the United States to get vets into careers in public lands and natural resources.
Oregon State University has been named the best college or university for veterans in the Pacific Northwest.
Displays of WWII military memorabilia are on display alongside testimonies from Holocaust survivors and liberators.