Army veteran Jimmy Thomas, of Ballston Spa, New York, had been suffering from symptoms of bipolar disorder and stress-induced seizures that caused him to black
As double-amputee Travis MacCody Strong climbed Pikes Peak, a little voice in his head pleaded with him to stop.
For Women’s Equality Day, we recognize Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody who became the first female four-star general in the U.S. Armed Forces. On this Women’s
In this Aug. 29, 1944 file photo, U.S. soldiers of Pennsylvania’s 28th Infantry Division march along the Champs Elysees, with the Arc de Triomphe in
A group of vets are raising money to pay for a medal the Iraqi government awarded them, but never delivered
In June 2011 Iraq’s defense minister announced that U.S. troops who had deployed to the country would receive the Iraq Commitment Medal in recognition of
In July 2019, President Trump signed into law the Let Everyone Get Involved in Opportunities for National Service Act – the LEGION Act. In brief,
Fraudsters tried to steal more than $40 million in one of the biggest online scam cases in U.S. history
“In some cases, the victims thought they were communicating with U.S. servicemen stationed overseas, when in fact, they were emailing with con men,” a U.S.
When the closest VA clinic is miles away, or you have a hard time traveling from place to place, the last thing you want to
A change in Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits rules earlier this month means some student veterans will be eligible for larger housing stipends this semester.
During a speech to veterans in Kentucky, the president said the move would eliminate “$30,000 in debt owed by more than 25,000 eligible veterans”
In 2006, Gina Elise decided to support the United States’ war effort by finding a creative way to help hospitalized veterans. She created a calendar
More than 50 World War II veterans who were not able to attend overseas events marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day have been honored in