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Phil McConkey, Academy Securities president, and former NFL player, discusses his company’s successful gameplan for hiring veterans.
Brigadier General (ret.) Gary Profit, who served in the Army for 31 years and now works as Walmart’s senior director of military programs, announces the company’s plans to hire a quarter of a million veterans over the next five years.
Hours after delivering a foreign policy speech in Portsmouth, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie holds a town hall meeting at the Hudson Veterans of Foreign Wars post.
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NBC’s Tom Brokaw followed director Angelina Jolie as she brought “Unbroken,” a film about the remarkable life of Louis Zamperini, to the big screen.
Every December, hundreds of children and spouses of fallen veterans are invited aboard the Snowball Express for four days of holiday fun.
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Brian Williams says goodbye to Hollywood photographer Phil Stern, father of the modern baseball card Sy Berger, and political guru David Garth.
Rep. John Dingell, a WWII veteran and the longest-serving congressman of all time, suffered a fall one day after casting his last vote in the House.
Ralph Baer, the inventor of the first home video game console, has died at the age of 92.