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Evan Cole was supposed to be dead after a bomb shattered him in Iraq. This month, he strode across a stage to receive his master’s in architecture.
President Obama laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington, paying tribute to the 20 U.S. troops killed in Afghanistan and three others in Iraq in the past year.
The Rolling Thunder event is organized to draw attention to veterans’ issues.
Military photographers George Burns and Louis Burmeister claimed they took Iwo Jima flag raising photos but all the world saw was the iconic Joe Rosenthal shot.
On Memorial Day, Latino veterans remember friends and colleagues who paid the ultimate sacrifice in and out of combat.
The origins of Memorial Day date back to 1868 and didn't include all fallen service members until after World War I.
Remains of Kansas sailor killed in Pearl Harbor attack finally return to his hometown, 75 years after his death. KSNF’s Gretchen Bolander reports.
House Speaker Paul Ryan reacts to VA Secretary Bob McDonald comparing wait times for veterans receiving medical care to lines at Disney theme parks.
Brokaw received France’s highest honor in recognition of his work on and advocacy for the accomplishments of World War II veterans.
Captain Kristen Griest will become the nation’s first female Army infantry officer, military officials announced on Wednesday.