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Veteran Tom Sitter takes up the bugle for the first time in 70 years to play “Taps” over a fallen comrade’s grave. WTMJ’s Rikki Mitchell reports.
My Brothers House, a nonprofit providing housing and counseling services to veterans, will open a residence in Philadelphia exclusively for LGBTQ veterans.
Police in Cedar Springs, Michigan, are asking for the public’s help after parts of a monument dedicated to a fallen soldier were stolen.
Female U.S. war vets are finding help for their post-traumatic stress disorder far from home.
When asked about Donald Trump and about veterans who oppose Trump, Sen. John McCain responded by saying that he wants veterans and their families to renounce Hillary Clinton.
“It was the equipment that we needed in case something happened, to either fix the bikes or help a warrior,” a Wounded Warrior Project official said.
World War II veterans, their families, and many others came together Sunday in Portland, Oregon, to celebrate Spirit of ’45 Day.
On average, 20 veterans a day committed suicide in 2014.
For military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, sudden fireworks detonations can be frightening — or even deadly.
A new nonprofit, Honor Everywhere, is helping veterans like never before, allowing them to travel around the country from the comfort of their own home.