After a century, World War I is finally getting the treatment in American cinema it so richly deserves. While some of the best war movies
Foreign agitators continue to target American veterans through a complex network of fraudulent social media pages mimicking well-known service groups and brands, officials from Vietnam Veterans of
Looking for free local events? Maybe ruck with other Veterans in your community, or a run with some kindred spirits while traveling for work? Perhaps
Wearing a red, white and blue vest, Chief never leaves Aaron Mixell’s side. Mixell, an Army veteran, was paired with his service dog Chief through
Most people who consider suicide have problems they think they can never overcome. They think that no one can help them and that suicide is
Apologies for spoiling the ending, but the upcoming World War II movie “Midway” is about one of the United States’ greatest military victories in our
After years of growth, the number of people using the Post-9/11 GI Bill has now fallen substantially for each of the past two fiscal years,
Born Sept. 12, 1909, Lawrence Brooks served in the 91st Engineer Battalion, a predominantly African American squad stationed in the Pacific.
Veterans share the moments during deployments when natural beauty took their breath away, even if just for a moment.
The bad guys and their improvised explosive devices couldn’t hide from Marine Sgt. Yeager, a Purple Heart veteran of three tours in Afghanistan. His specialty
Vince Ylitalo has battled PTSD after serving nearly 40 years in the military. He didn’t seem bothered by the bees swarming around his head.
A handwritten letter to BMC Toys sent by a 6-year-old girl from Arkansas wondering where the female toy solders are prompted soul-searching and eventually a