Army Staff Sgt. David Bellavia won’t officially receive his Medal of Honor from President Donald Trump for another two weeks but already, he says, everything’s
Tag: Post-9/11 veterans
Bend event honors veterans of Afghanistan, Iraq wars; “We are remembering — Not just a number” in its 12th year
Janet and Bruce Dart don’t know any service members who died in Afghanistan and Iraq. In many ways, the couple feels pretty disconnected from both
An Army staff sergeant who saved three soldiers from the blast of an Iraqi suicide bomber by turning himself into a human shield was memorialized
A Keizer soldier killed in Iraq in 2007 might soon have a stretch of Oregon highway named after him. House Concurrent Resolution 13, which is
In our weekly War Stories series, we share the stories of Central Oregon war veterans, some who made it back from their war and some
In this week’s At War newsletter: Many veterans know something that the politicians who speak for military action often do not: for those who do
The Supreme Court is rejecting appeals from military veterans who claim they suffer health problems because of open burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Last month, 3.6 percent of post-9/11 veterans and 3.2 percent of all veterans were unemployed.
In August of 2003 NATO took control of security in Kabul, it’s first-ever operational training mission and commitment to the war in Afghanistan. In this week’s War Stories, producer
Christopher Schott works in Utah with a firefighting crew out of Lakeview, Ore. After being in firefights in Afghanistan and Iraq, members of the new
U.S. troops stand in formation during a ceremony on Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan on Aug 28, 2018. Officials working on the Global War on Terror
President Trump to award Ronald J. Shurer the Medal of Honor at ceremony on Oct. 1